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iPod and Philosophy: iCon of an ePoch (Popular Culture and Philosophy) 0th Edition
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Of the 19 essays (which I would liken to musical fugues) I recommend the following:
1. Peter Schaefer's Alive and Clicking has a useful take on Marx and Georg Lukacs and the meaning of taking ownership idea and of reification.
2. Matthew Dewey's discussion of Donald Norman's mix of aethetics and functionality and John Dewey's American pragmatism.
3. Kaulingfrek and Warren's piece introduced the interesting idea of mobile clubbing except it's likely to be stamped as a marginal fad, much like Bill Gates idea of a virtual date, however it also does an good job of introducing the philosopher Jean Luc Nancy and his thoughts on the changing nature of community.
4. Reginald Arnold's Podcrastination which touches on the media ideas Neal Postman and on Hans Enzenberger.Read more ›