Dr Bruno Gransche (email@example.com) has been a philosopher at the Institute of Advanced Studies FoKoS at the University of Siegen since 2017. He works as a researcher and lecturer in the fields of philosophy of technology and ethics, socio-technical cultural techniques, and future-oriented thinking. He is also head of the research group „Philosophy of emerging human-technology relations.“ He is a research fellow at the Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI in Karlsruhe, where he worked as a philosopher and Foresight expert until 2016. In his book „Vorausschauendes Denken“ („The Foresighted Mind“, 2015) he sets out the „narrative hermeneutics of the future“ between philosophy (Ricœur’s Temps et récit among others), foresight and narratology. Most recently, he applied Ricœur’s threefold concept of Mimesis to the case of computer simulations (2017).