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Self-censorship in the digital age: We won’t be able to recognize ourselves – Feuilleton – FAZ

Self-censorship in the digital age: We won’t be able to recognize ourselves – Feuilleton – FAZ.   Self-censorship in the digital age We won’t be able to recognize ourselves 07.04.2014  ·  More than a century ago, Sigmund Freud showed how

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World Thinkers 2013

World Thinkers 2013. Left to right: Ashraf Ghani, Richard Dawkins, Steven Pinker © US Embassy, Kabul © Rex Features After more than 10,000 votes from over 100 countries, the results of Prospect’s world thinkers 2013 poll are in. Online polls

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The curious case of Fernando Pessoa

‘Ever since I was a child, I have had the tendency to create a fictitious world around me, to surround myself with friends and acquaintances who never existed. (I don’t know, of course, if they didn’t really exist or if

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The Self Illusion: An Interview With Bruce Hood | Wired Science | Wired.com

The Self Illusion: An Interview With Bruce Hood | Wired Science | Wired.com. Bruce Hood, a psychologist at the University of Bristol, picks up where Woolf and the modernists left off. In his excellent new book, The Self Illusion, he

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