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Summarising Segall: Tracing the Cosmopolitical (iii - cosmopolitics)

This is ‘philosophy in a time of emergency’, Segall declares, the ‘old story is dying,’ and ‘we need as many hints about the new one’ as we can muster. 3,105 more words


Preliminary thoughts on Bruno Latour's Pandora's Hope: Essays on the Reality of Science Studies

More and more when I delve into the subject of the interpretation of science this question keeps popping up: What is Reality? Does Reality exist? Moreover, does Objective Reality exist? 1,521 more words

Embracing the Fiction in Sci-Fi

I recently returned from the annual conference for the Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts at Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona. Science fiction has been, as you can imagine, a rather common theme here and I was excited to see that this year was no exception. 679 more words

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Days 14-16 – A pitstop in Burgundy

Thursday 16th – We met Uncle Benoit for lunch in Le Bon Marche. Rafael needed to sleep at lunchtime – classic timing, so I found a park and we ate after (nothing like cold chips). 228 more words