Here is a recording of my presentation ‘Technological Mediation and the Human in the L(aw)’ delivered at the 2020 Conference on the Philosophy of Human-Technology Relations (PHTR).

In the presentation I try to argue that the perspective offered by philosophy of technology can help jurists in visualizing and disentangling the nexus between different ways of understanding normativity and different configurations of the relations between jurists, the law and the tools that jurists have at their disposal.

I maintain that addressing such nexus is particularly relevant in view of the changes that legal practice may face once the toolbox the jurist has at her disposal is enriched by the advent of computational tools.