War of the Worlds: What About Peace?
Bruno Latour is best known for his work in the cultural study of science. In this pamphlet he turns his attention to another worthy pursuit: the project of peace. As one might expect, Latour gives us a radically different picture of this project than Kant or the philosophes, asserting that the West has been in a constant state of war both with other cultures and its own—although unwittingly so. Read through the lens of his trademark take on "the modern," his arguments are original, thoughtful, and, as usual, provocative.
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Review: War of the Worlds: What about Peace?User Review - Jamie - Goodreads
i understand the argument for diplomacy and putting EVERYTHING on the table for construction, but I cannot see how that will every really happen. specifically because I don't see how "diplomats" could even be chosen... Read full review