The iPhone has been a part of our lives for 10 years now, so Ben breaks down the effects it has on society before Gareth speaks to Professor Broadbent, Dean of the Humanities faculty at UJ. They talk about decolonisation of education, free speech on campus, false humility and the philosophy of science. In one of the more intellectual interviews we’ve had, they look at post-modernism, the politicisation of knowledge and the problems Africa has with science. Some will be offended, some won’t be sure why.
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How Apple’s iPhone changed the world: 10 years in 10 charts