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We talk to media expert, Professor Gerard Goggin about how Latour helps us appreciate that tech is unfinished and often fails.
We talk to philosopher and classics expert, Dr. Rick Benitez, about how Socrates can help us survive fake news and rethink social media.
What is the key to free will, sanity and self? The answer is attention, but how do we keep hold of it when it's now an economic currency?
Would you let a sales rep live in the corner of your bedroom and forget they were there? The invisibility of technology is dangerous and Heidegger helps us to see why.
Below is an excerpt from an open access article on the styles and nuances of trolling, by Rachel Barney...
There are books, blogs and apps to build habits, track habits and drop habits, but can the original habit expert, William James, help us disentangle our modern habit addiction?
Power relations are exploding in complexity. The new interaction of powers in all directions, dominant and resistant, down into the capillaries of society, can be seen as hyper amplifications of what Foucault exposed some 50 years ago. So in this hyperconnected age of mass surveillance, who's got the power?