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Workshop zu Latours Existenzweisen - 11-12/05/2016, Universität Konstanz

09 May 2016
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11.-12.05.2016 „How do we compose a common world?” Bruno Latours Existenzweisen der Moderne(n) Workshop/Blockseminar DFG-Forschergruppe „Mediale Teilhabe. Partizipation zwischen Anspruch und Inanspruchnahme“ Zusammen organisiert mit Andrea Seier (Konstanz/Wien). Mit einem Abendvortrag von Henning Schmidgen ...

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Latour's Empirical Metaphysics

21 April 2016
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"Latour's Empirical Metaphysics." Distinktion: Journal of Social Theory, gives a good rendering of AIME diplomacy & interpretation of [PRE]AIME (@AIMEproject) 21 avril 2016 Abstract: In this article we examine the mode in which Bruno ...

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Reset Modernity! Field Book

15 April 2016
catégorisé sous: resources Reset Modernity!

Find the short description of the Field Book of our exhibition Reset Modernity! (and the full online pdf) below. The field book [pdf] is your companion throughout your visit. The path through the show is divided into six procedures, each ...

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The Exhibition Reset Modernity! as the Fourth Medium in the AIME project

08 April 2016
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A few tweets written by Bruno Latour: Reset Modernity! catalog at MIT is 1 way to rectify, contest, modify, enrich AIME report (the paper book) & the site adding a new experience— AIME (@AIMEproject) 7 avril 2016 Each of ...

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(In the Making of) the Reset Modernity! catalogue

30 March 2016
catégorisé sous: Reset Modernity! Catalogue

As the AIME workplace for the RM! catalog versioning shows digital humanities is paper+screen+Googledrive+chocolate. pic.twitter.com/ri9WnCD6rr— AIME (@AIMEproject) 18 mars 2016 We now have a new frenglish term at the AIME project: galleys gal ...

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On the notion of Organism

29 March 2016
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A few tweets written by Bruno Latour, following the symposium Gaia and Earth System Science (24-25 March, Paris): Tim Lenton keeps pursuing Lovelock's project which, he says, few people understand because of the confusion with the notion of ...

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