Parviainen, J. & Koski, A. (2023) ‘In the future, as robots become more widespread’. A phenomenological approach to imaginary technologies in healthcare organisations’. In: The Oxford Handbook of Phenomenologies and Organization Studies, eds. François-Xavier de Vaujany, Jeremy Aroles, and Mar Perezts. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 277–296.

Sendra, S., Torkkola, S. & Parviainen, J. (2023) AstraZeneca Vaccine Controversies in the Media: Theorizing About the Mediatization of Ignorance in the Context of the COVID-19 Vaccination Campaign. Health Communication, DOI: 10.1080/10410236.2023.2171951


Parviainen, J. Koski, A., &  Alanen, P. (2022) Tackling the Corona pandemic: Managing nonknowledge in political decision-making. In M. Gross & L. McGoey (eds.), Routledge international handbook of ignorance studies (2nd edn) (pp. 211–220). London: Routledge


Auvinen, P., Parviainen, J., Lahikainen, L. & Palukka, H. 2021. Discussion protocol for alleviating epistemic injustice: The case of community rehabilitation interaction and female substance abusers. Social Sciences 10(2), 45;

Parviainen, J. & Koski, A. 2021. Towards an Institutional Account on Epistemic Humility and Arrogance. Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective 10 (9): 22-28.

Parviainen, J. & Koski, A. & Torkkola, S. (2021) ‘Building a ship while sailing it’. Epistemic humility and the temporality of non-knowledge in political decision-making on the COVID-19. Social Epistemology: A Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Policy 10.1080/02691728.2021.1882610

Parviainen, J. & Rantala, J. 2021. Chatbot breakthrough in the 2020s? An ethical reflection on the trend of automated consultations in health care. Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy

Parviainen J., Ridell S. 2021. Infrastructuring Bodies: Choreographies of Power in the Computational City. In: Nagenborg M., Stone T., González Woge M., Vermaas P.E. (eds) Technology and the City. Philosophy of Engineering and Technology, vol 36. Springer, Cham.

Palukka, H., Haapakorpi, A., Auvinen, P. & Parviainen, J. (2021) Outlining the role of experiential expertise in professional work in health care service co-production. International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being, 16:1, 1954744, DOI: 10.1080/17482631.2021.1954744


Parviainen, J. & Coeckelbergh, M. 2020. The Political Choreography of the Sophia Robot: From Robot Rights and Citizenship to Political Performances for the Social Robotics Market. AI & Society. DOI:10.1007/s00146-020-01104-w

Parviainen, J. 2020. “ ‘We’re Flying the Plane While We’re Building It’: Epistemic Humility and Non-Knowledge in Political Decision-Making on COVID-19.” Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective 9 (7): 6-10.

van Aerschot, L. & Parviainen, J. 2020. Robots responding to care needs? A multitasking care robot pursued for 25 years, available products offer simple entertainment and instrumental assistance Ethics and Information Technology Available at


Parviainen, J. & Lahikainen, L. 2019. Negative expertise in the conditions of manufactured ignorance: Epistemic strategies, virtues, and skillsSynthese, 1-19.

Parviainen, J. & Kortelainen, I. 2019. Becoming fully present in your body: Analysing mindfulness as an affective investment in tech culture. Somatechnics, 9(3): 353-375.

Parviainen, J., Van Aerschot, L., Särkikoski, T., Pekkarinen, S., Melkas, H. & Hennala, L. 2019. Motions with emotions? A phenomenological approach to understand the simulated aliveness of a robot body. Techné: Research in Philosophy and Technology, 23(3): 318–341.