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Galit Wellner
Tel Aviv University
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Guest editor 's introduction to a special issue on the question of whether it is dangerous to drive while talking on the mobile phone and the philosophical questions that emerge from this debate.
Keywords philosophy  technology  attention  consciousness  split of attention
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DOI 10.5840/techne201432711
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