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Vilem Flusser

Vilem Flusser (1920-91) was a German-Jewish philosopher from Prague who fled in 1940 to Brazil, where he was a professor of philosophy of communication and wrote a daily newspaper column. In 1972, he moved to France and wrote books in both German and Portuguese, including "The Shape of Things: A Philosophy of Design, Toward a Philosophy of Photography, " and "From Subject to Project: Becoming Human."Anke K. Finger is an associate professor of German studies and comparative literature at the...See more