Dr. Sherry Turkle is a renowned professor who has written extensively on how technology affects the way that humans communicate. You have no doubt experienced how communication has changed as you look around and see people not looking at each other, but rather at their phones. So just how has technology changed human interaction? Is it destroying it? Enhancing it? Or is it just making it different?

Reclaiming Conversation: The Power of Talk in the Digital Age is Turkle’s latest in a thirty year career of studying how the digital age is changing the way we talk, work, live and love.

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  1. Casey Inactive

    Reminded of Mortimer Adler in his book How to Think About The Great Ideas. The section on Love.

    “Love and the union of love is impossible without conversation.”

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    • February 9, 2016, at 8:11 PM PST
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