My own view is clear: if you’re not assimilating Bruno Latour into your work in some way, then you’re probably stuck in some form of pseudo-novel modernism that wants to use ostensibly dark scientific or mathematical results to club other people over the head.
That’s one version of contemporary continental philosophy. But it’s not too late to go back and take the other fork in the road.
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Politics and the Later Latour
An Interdisciplinary Journal of Current Affairs and Applied Contemporary Thought
Volume 4: Issue 4
This August sees the publication of the English translation of Bruno Latour’s ‘An Inquiry into Modes of Existence’ (AIME), marking both a landmark in the long-collaborative AIME project and a significant development in Latour’s thought. This issue of Global Discourse will examine the political significance of Latour’s later work, which has seen important…
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