Wittingslow, Ryan. What Art Does: Using Philosophy of Technology to Talk About Art. Rowman & Littlefield International, under contract.

Articles & Book Chapters

Wittingslow, Ryan. "Who Controls the Smart City? From Machines of Loving Grace to a Democratic Transformation from Below". In The Necessity of Critique: Andrew Feenberg's Philosophy of Technology, edited by Darryl Cressman. Springer, forthcoming.

Wittingslow, Ryan. "Philosophy of Technology & Aesthetic Cognitivism". In Kunst und Werk: Jahrbuch Technikphilosophie 8, edited by Alexander Friedrich, Petra Gehring, Christoph Hubig, Andreas Kaminski, and Alfred Nordmann. Nomos Verlag, forthcoming.

Wittingslow, Ryan. "A Holy Dullness: Tarkovsky, Suture, and the Numinous". In Handbook of Contemporary Religion, Television, and Film, edited by Carole Cusack and Venetia Robertson. Brill, forthcoming.

Wittingslow, Ryan. "Using Philosophy of Technology to Talk about Art". Proceedings of the European Society of Aesthetics 13 (forthcoming).

May, Christopher, Ryan Wittingslow, and Merethe Blandhol. "Provoking Thought: A Predictive Processing Account of Education''. Educational Philosophy and Theory (online first, 2021).

Wittingslow, Ryan. "The COVID-19 Pandemic qua Artefact: A Conceptual Analysis". Techné: Research in Philosophy and Technology 25, no. 2 (2021).

Ioannou, Maria, Martijn Boot, Ryan Wittingslow, and Adriana Mattos Pinto. "Patriotism and Nationalism as Two Distinct Ways of Loving One's Country". In New Philosophical Essays on Love and Loving, edited by Simon Cushing. Palgrave Macmillan, 2021.

Wittingslow, Ryan. "Authenticity and the 'Authentic City'". In Technology and the City: Towards a Philosophy of Urban Technologies, edited by Michael Nagenborg, Margoth González Woge, Taylor Stone, and Pieter Vermaas. Springer, 2021.

Wittingslow, Ryan. "The Play’s das Thing: On the Incommensurability of Arendtian Political Action and the Kantian Sublime". Journal of Comparative Literature and Aesthetics 44, no. 1 (2021).

Wittingslow, Ryan. "Effing the Ineffable: The Sublime in Postphenomenology". Techné: Research in Philosophy and Technology 24, no. 3 (2020).

Wittingslow, Ryan. "Visions of Political Form: Kantian Free Play and Urban Space". Contemporary Aesthetics 8 [special volume] (2020).

Wittingslow, Ryan. "Some Thoughts on the Relationship Between Scientism and Empirical Methods in Philosophy". Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective 9, no. 5 (2020).

May, Christopher, and Ryan Wittingslow. "Cultivating Standards of Taste: ‘Aisthesis’ in Liberal Arts and Science Pedagogy". Configurations 26, no. 3 (2018).

Wittingslow, Ryan. "Bloody-Minded Metaphysics: Barry Allen vs. The World". Contemporary Pragmatism 13, no. 2 (2016).

Wittingslow, Ryan. "All Men Must Serve: Religion and Free Will from the Seven to the Faceless Men". In Mastering the Game of Thrones: Essays on George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire, edited by Susan Johnston and Jes Battis. McFarland, 2015.

Wittingslow, Ryan. "Enhancement & Human Nature". International Journal of Design and Innovation Research 7, no. 1 (2012).

Wittingslow, Ryan. "What Does it Mean to be Enhanced?" In Proceedings of the 2012 Virtual Reality International Conference, edited Simon Richir. ACM Press, 2012.

Encyclopaedia Entries

Wittingslow, Ryan. "Traces & Testimonies". In Aesthetic Literacy: A Book for Everyone, edited by Valery Vinogradovs. Mont Publishing, forthcoming.

Wittingslow, Ryan. "Intention & Agency in Photography". In Aesthetic Literacy: A Book for Everyone, edited by Valery Vinogradovs. Mont Publishing, 2022.

Reviews & Comments

Wittingslow, Ryan. Review of Assassins against the Old Order: Italian Anarchist Violence in Fin de Siècle Europe, by Nunzio Pernicone and Fraser Ottanelli. Journal for the Study of Radicalism 15, no. 1 (2021).

Wittingslow, Ryan. Review of Hegel’s Aesthetics: The Art of Idealism, by Lydia L. Moland. Journal of Comparative Literature and Aesthetics 43, no. 1 (2020).

Wittingslow, Ryan. Review of Doing Emotions History, edited by Susan J. Matt and Peter N. Stearns. Philament 20, no. 1 (2015).