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How to Talk About the Body? the Normative Dimension of Science Studies

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February 8, 2019

Critical Commentary

This is an essay that strives to construct a method of qualifying the body on the material terms of the scientific investigation. Note that this means a reworking of socio-anthropological langue and thinking that often qualify or rely upon the allusion thought and psycho-socio cultural rather than giving materiality sticking fast to material comphresnsion. In doing so, Latour extends the implications of such a materialist reading seeing what epistemological implications it may have.        

Source

Latour, Bruno. "How to talk about the body? The normative dimension of science studies." Body & society 10, no. 2-3 (2004): 205-229.

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English