Philosophy and Tech

Tapestry

Need some guidance on how to manoeuvre online friendships? Philosophy professor Alexis Elder says Aristotle's theories on friendship and how to live a good life are surprisingly relevant in today's worlds - virtual or not. "Everything" video game: David OReilly is an animator and game designer who is really into the British philosopher Alan Watts. As David built a video game, called Everything, he’d play old lectures by Watts who died in 1973, and realized they were an uncanny good fit. So now, when you play the game Everything, the voice of Alan Watts guides you through the world, to encourage a sense of awe about the world around you - virtual or not.

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