Posts Tagged: ANT

Ontology and/or epistemology

One of the central problems I wish to address in my doctoral thesis is the relationship between ontology and epistemology. Traditionally (in the correlationist tradition) ontology and epistemology have been taken as not having anything to do with each other.

Ontology and/or epistemology

One of the central problems I wish to address in my doctoral thesis is the relationship between ontology and epistemology. Traditionally (in the correlationist tradition) ontology and epistemology have been taken as not having anything to do with each other.

From symmetry to tacit knowledge in archaeology

The so-called symmetrical archaeology was born as a critique of postprocessual archaeology which, according to it’s critics, had in all its preoccupation with the individual and the socio-cultural forgotten the ‘thingly component’ of the past (Olsen 2003: 87). This in

From symmetry to tacit knowledge in archaeology

The so-called symmetrical archaeology was born as a critique of postprocessual archaeology which, according to it’s critics, had in all its preoccupation with the individual and the socio-cultural forgotten the ‘thingly component’ of the past (Olsen 2003: 87). This in