konrad szocik
konrad szocik
University of Information Technology and Management in Rzeszow; Yale University
Verified email at yale.edu
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Biological and social challenges of human reproduction in a long-term Mars base
K Szocik, RE Marques, S Abood, A Kędzior, K Lysenko-Ryba, D Minich
Futures 100, 56-62, 2018
272018
Political and legal challenges in a Mars colony
K Szocik, K Lysenko-Ryba, S Banaś, S Mazur
Space Policy 38, 27-29, 2016
242016
Should and could humans go to Mars? Yes, but not now and not in the near future
K Szocik
Futures 105, 54-66, 2019
222019
Why space colonization will be fully automated
R Campa, K Szocik, M Braddock
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 143, 162-171, 2019
192019
Changing the paradigm on human enhancements: The special case of modifications to counter bone loss for manned mars missions
K Szocik, R Campa, MB Rappaport, C Corbally
Space Policy 48, 68-75, 2019
152019
Psychological and biological challenges of the Mars mission viewed through the construct of the evolution of fundamental human needs
K Szocik, S Abood, M Shelhamer
Acta Astronautica 152, 793-799, 2018
132018
Ateizm filozoficzny: zarys historii i krytyka neotomistyczna
K Szocik
Ruch Filozoficzny 71 (3), 2015
132015
Ateizm filozoficzny: zarys historii i krytyka neotomistyczna
K Szocik
Ruch Filozoficzny 71 (3), 2015
132015
Human enhancement in space missions: From moral controversy to technological duty
K Szocik, T Wójtowicz
Technology in Society 59, 101156, 2019
102019
War or peace? The possible scenarios of colonising Mars
K Szocik, T Wójtowicz, L Baran
Space Policy 42, 31-36, 2017
102017
Religion and religious beliefs as evolutionary adaptations
K Szocik
Zygon® 52 (1), 24-52, 2017
102017
Adaptationist accounts can tell us more about religion than cognitive accounts can
K Szocik
New Developments in the Cognitive Science of Religion, 93-108, 2018
92018
Is human enhancement in space a moral duty? Missions to mars, advanced AI and genome editing in space
K Szocik
Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 29 (1), 122-130, 2020
82020
The Human Factor in a Mission to Mars: An Interdisciplinary Approach
K Szocik
Springer, 2019
82019
Research approaches in the study of religion
K Szocik
Studia Humana 1 (4), 26-35, 2015
82015
Mars, human nature and the evolution of the psyche
K Szocik
Journal of the British Interplanetary Society 68 (12), 403-405, 2015
82015
Religious—and other beliefs: How much specificity?
L Oviedo, K Szocik
Sage Open 10 (1), 2158244019898849, 2020
72020
Why human enhancement is necessary for successful human deep-space missions
K Szocik, M Braddock
The New Bioethics 25 (4), 295-317, 2019
72019
Religion in a future Mars colony
K Szocik
Spaceflight 59, 92-97, 2017
72017
Why atheism is more natural than religion
K Szocik, PL Walden
Zeszyty Naukowe Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego. Studia Religiologica 48 (4), 2015
72015
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