In this video we see various arguments that dating sites like Tinder, are not really working for finding love. Philosopher Richard Kearney argues for this that we live in the “Age of excavation”, where we “obsess about the body in increasingly disembodies ways”. Dates are not being represented in the traditional way of finding love, but instead on pre-arranged abases algorithms. We are being attracted on the simulation of a person on photos and other things, rather than the actual person him or herself. Other arguments are that there are too many people on Tinder, which will make it harder to focus on just one person, and by using dating sites like Tinder, people are sort of ”creating” someone they want them to be, rather than falling in love with someone you won’t expect in real life.