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Saskia K. Nagel

Saskia K. Nagel is currently assistant professor of philosophy and cognitive science at the University of Twente in Enschede, Netherlands. Her research centers on cognitive science, ethics of cognitive science, neuroethics, philosophy of mind, and philosophy of technology.

OM Contributions


  • Crafa, D., & Nagel, S. K. (in press): Traces of culture: The feedback loop between behaviour, brain, and disorder. Transcultural Psychiatry.

  • Graf, W. D., Nagel, S. K., Epstein, L. G., Miller, G., Nass, R., & Larriviere, D. (2013): Pediatric neuroenhancement: Ethical, legal, social, and neurodevelopmental implications. Neurology, 80(13), 1251-1260.

  • Nagel, S. K. (2010): Ethics and the neurosciences. Ethical and social consequences of neuroscientific progress. Paderborn, Germany: Mentis.

  • Nagel, S. K. (2010): Too much of a good thing? Enhancement and the burden of self-determination. Neuroethics, 3(2), 109-119.

  • Nagel, S. K., Carl, C., Kringe, T., Märtin, R., & König. P. (2005): Beyond sensory substitution – Learning the sixth sense. Journal of Neural Engineering, 2, 13-26.