Posts Tagged: Latour

Latour

Last week I realised that there is a sample of the upcoming English translation of Bruno Latour’s latest book on modes of existence available on his site (though this link will take you directly to the PDF file). I went through

Latour

Last week I realised that there is a sample of the upcoming English translation of Bruno Latour’s latest book on modes of existence available on his site (though this link will take you directly to the PDF file). I went through

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.

Human remains as quasi-objects

I want to share an excerpt from a paper that is going to be published in the forthcoming Kontaktstencil (a publication for the “Faellesnordisk Råd för Arkaeologistuderende” held every other year around the Nordic Countries). In the article I discuss

Human remains as quasi-objects

I want to share an excerpt from a paper that is going to be published in the forthcoming Kontaktstencil (a publication for the “Faellesnordisk Råd för Arkaeologistuderende” held every other year around the Nordic Countries). In the article I discuss