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When Worlds Speak: Apocalypse, Composition, Critique

       Compositionists have in recent years begun, in a mode similar to the ethical, social and Sophistic turns of recent decades, the collective project of mobilizing the discipline to hold in greater esteem the cataclysmic situations of public concern unfolding in front of our eyes.   1,390 more words

Reincarnating the Knowing Subject: Scientific Rationality and the Situated Body by hélène mialet

She’s interested in “the dichotomy between knowing subject and known object.” P. 53 and what happens when we don’t take it for granted.

“In short, contrary to rationalist assertions, there is no natural logic of proof, no single, stable, and timeless criterion by which agreement can be reached on the validity and relevance of a statement. 155 more words


Getting used to the future of technology...

Most of the big brands out there are undoubtedly shaping their new tech products with an eye on the future. Few brands are going through this process as we speak… I’m looking at you, Apple! 317 more words


Latour 2005 and Les Forts de Latour 2011 released

This morning sees the ex-château release of Latour 2005, along with second wine, Les Forts de Latour 2011. We have put together two factsheets bringing together all the most important information about these two formidable wines, both approaching their drinking windows. 64 more words


Review Essay. Stranger Relations: The Case for Rebuilding Commonplaces between Rhetoric and Mathematics by Mitch Reyes

This is a review of:

Pandora’s Hope: Essays on the Reality of Science Studies, by Bruno Latour.
Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1999. 324 + x pp. 1,498 more words