Research Publications for Daniel M (Dan) Weijers
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DiSilvestro, R., Weijers, D., & Williams, N. (2019). How AI might help us die with dignity and fairness?. In 10th Workshop in Decisions, Games, and Logic: “Ethics, Statistics, and Fair AI”. Caltech, Pasadena, United States.
Joshanloo, M., & Weijers, D. (2019). A two-dimensional conceptual framework for understanding mental well-being. PLoS ONE, 14(3), 1-20. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0214045
Weijers, D. (2019). There's no place like home: Is our preference for familiar surroundings a bias?. In 36th International Social Philosophy Conference. Home Sanctuary, Shelter, and Justice. Conference held at University of San Francisco, California, USA.
Joshanloo, M., & Weijers, D. (2019). Islamic perspectives on wellbeing. In L. Lambert, & N. Pasha-Zaidi (Eds.), Positive Psychology in the Middle East/North Africa (pp. 237-256). Springer.
Weijers, D., & Jarden, A. (2019). Wellbeing and Public Policy in New Zealand. In 6th World Congress on Positive Psychology. Conference held at Melbourne, Australia.
Weijers, D., & Nicholls, G. (2018). Nozick's experience machine thought experiment has many problems, but the freebie problem ain't one of ‘em. In Philosophy Seminar Series, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand.
Weijers, D. (2018). The politics and public policies I hope for. In 3rd International Conference on Wellbeing and Public Policy. Conference held at Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand. Retrieved from https://www.dropbox.com/
Weijers, D. (2018). “Just wrong,” “disgusting,” “grotesque,” “offensive”: How to deal with public rejection of new potentially life-saving technologies. In The Waikato Dialogue: The Implications of Emerging Disruptive Technologies for International Security and New Zealand. Conference held at University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.
Weijers, D. M. (2018). A puzzle about privileging our future hedonic states. In Whole Lives, Time, and Selfhood. Conference held at Deakin University, Australia.
Weijers, D. (2018). The freebie problem: A pervasive flaw in how we work out what has value. In Philosophy Research Seminar Series, University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand.