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  1. Four decades after his death, the French philosopher's ideas continue to resonate in contemporary discussions around social media, power, and identity.

    The philosophy of Michel Foucault, who died in 1984, is still relevant in today's world saturated with social media. His work emphasizes the importance of understanding the self and the power dynamics at play in knowledge acquisition. In the current digital age, social media platforms have become central in shaping the self, as individuals compete to be knowledgeable and powerful through their online personas. A key aspect of Foucault's work is the need to recognize the power dynamics at play, as well as the importance of self-awareness and resistance to prefabricated identities. His viral philosophy has made him an influential figure in the contemporary world, even if his work sometimes appears tedious or infuriating.
  2. William Egginton takes up in The Rigor of Angels: Borges, Heisenberg, Kant, and the Ultimate Nature of Reality (public library) — an ambitious
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  6. The Spontaneous Brain
    From the Mind–Body to the World–Brain Problem
    By Georg Northoff

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