A tech world guide to the Brooklyn Public Library’s ‘Night of Philosophy and Ideas’

An all-nighter of CULTURE explores everything from human–robot relations to 3rd-century life hackers. Count us in.

Who’s ready to pull an all-nighter to listen and think about stuff? The Brooklyn Public Library and the French Embassy are putting on a 12-hour program starting on Saturday, Jan. 27 of music and talks on theory and popular culture, including technology, called “A Night of Philosophy and Ideas.” ... Raphaële Chappe teaches at the Brooklyn Institute for Social Research, where her work draws from “insights in economics and the social sciences as well as legal theory to analyze modern capitalism and financial markets. She has practiced as an attorney for eight years in the financial services industry and also teaches at NYU Tandon School of Engineering.

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