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Philosophy Forum 11/08/2016-Bruno Latour: What is Given in Experience.

Dear All

this week we resume the forum with a paper by Bruno Latour discussing what is given in experience. The meeting will be in UL102 14:15-15:45 and the reading is available here.

With best wishes



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