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De Mul’s research focuses on the (partly overlapping) domains of philosophical anthropology, philosophy of art and culture, philosophy of information and communication technologies, philosophy of biology and biotechnologies. He has published about thrirty books and more than two hundred twenty academic articles and book contributions. He also contributes on regular basis to leading national quality newspapers and weekly’s in The Netherlands, such as Trouw, de Volkskrant, NRC Handelsblad, Vrij Nederland and De Groene Amsterdammer. His work has been published and/or translated in more than a dozen languages.

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Major National and International Research Grants and Contract Research

 

1997 - 2002

Internet and Public Administration. Commissioned and sponsored by the Ministries of Housing, 
Land-use Planning and the Environment (VROM), Interior and Kingdom Relations (BZK); Transport, 
Public Work and Water Management (V&W) and Finance (F), Dutch Government

 

2000 – 2002

Under Construction. Identity in the Age of the Internet. Commissioned and sponsored by Infodrome,  Ministry of Ministry of Education, Culture and Science (OC&W), Dutch Government

 

2000 - 2004

Normative aspects of Information Processes in Public Administration. Grant of the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) (f 450.000); Co-applicant: Prof.dr. Jeroen van den Hoven (TUD)

 

2000

Calculemus@human. Human Sciences and Information Technology. Commissoned and sponsored by  The Advisory Council of Science and Technology Policy (AWT)

 

2001 

Social Inclusion vs. Digital Divide. Commissioned and sponsored of the Ministry of General Affairs, 
Dutch Government

 

2002-2005

On-Line Identity, Interpersonal Relationships and Society.International Linkage Grant of the 
Australian Research Council (ARC).  In collaboration with Charles Sturt University.  

 

2003 

Grant from the Ernst Cassirer Publication Fund, USA

 

2004

Virtual Residence. Commissioned an sponsored by the Department Information and Communications Technologies of the Institute for Prospective Technological Studies European Commission, Sevilla, Spain

 

2005-2010

Playful Identities. From Narrative to Ludic Identity Formation. Grant of the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO).Three PhD projects and three research grants for senior researchers (€ 453.000).  Co-applicants: Prof.dr. Valerie Frissen (EUR) and Prof.dr.Joost Raessens (UU)

 

2011-2016 

What can the Humanities Contribute to our Practical-Self-Understanding? Grant of the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO). Seven PhD projects and two Postdoc projects and two research grants for senior researchers (€ 1.996.361). Co-applicants: Prof.dr. M. Düwell (UU), Prof. dr. J. J. Bolhuis (UU), Prof. dr. W.B. Drees (LEI), Prof. dr. A.W.M. Mooij (UU),  Prof. dr. I. Robeyns (EUR), Prof. dr. T. Verbeek (UU); Prof. dr. A. Visser (LEI)

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