Here is a very useful interview of Latour conducted by Gaurav Daga, one of his students. Well worth a read.
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From Bruno Latour’s We Have Never Been Modern:
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“The moderns confused products with processes. They believed that the production of bureaucratic rationalization presupposed rational bureaucrats; that the production of universal science depended on universalist scientists; that the production of effective technologies led to the effectiveness of engineers; that the production of abstraction was itself abstract; that the production of formalism was itself formal ….
Continuing my posts on Latour’s Face à Gaïa.
Lecture 8: Comment gouverner des territoires (naturels) en lutte ?
The value of simulations:
- Embodied, practical simulations are useful because they are able to represent and re-enact the compositional processes of science, art and politics: ‘ 2,800 more words