Deleuzian Intersections: Science, Technology, Anthropology

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Casper Bruun Jensen
Berghahn Books, Nov 30, 2009 - Social Science - 286 pages
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Science and technology studies, cultural anthropology and cultural studies deal with the complex relations between material, symbolic, technical and political practices. In a Deleuzian approach these relations are seen as produced in heterogeneous assemblages, moving across distinctions such as the human and non-human or the material and ideal. This volume outlines a Deleuzian approach to analyzing science, culture and politics.

 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Part IDeleuzian Sciences?
37
Chapter 1Experimenting with What is Philosophy?
39
Chapter 2Facts Ethics and Event
57
Chapter 3Irony and Humour Toward a Deleuzian Science Studies
83
Deleuze and Social Science
101
Part IISociotechnical Becomings
121
Chapter 5A Plea for Pleats
123
Chapter 7Cybernetics as Nomad Science
155
Part IIIMinor Assemblages
163
Ecological MovementImages
165
Deleuzian Strategies
187
Chapter 10Intensive Filiation and Demonic Alliance
219
Notes on Contributors
255
Index
257
Copyright

Subrepresentative Differences in DIgital Video Codecs
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Casper Bruun Jensen has published in Social Studies of Science, Science, Technology and Human Values, Acta Sociologica and Human Studies and Configurations. He is currently editing a Danish introduction to science and technology studies. His research is an empirical exploration of development and globalization informed by science and technology studies, social anthropology and cultural studies.

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