Bruno Latour





Bruno Latour


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in Burgundy, France
June 22, 1947

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Bruno Latour is a French sociologist of science and anthropologist and an influential theorist in the field of Science and Technology Studies (STS). After teaching at the École des Mines de Paris (Centre de Sociologie de l'Innovation) from 1982 to 2006, he is now Professor and vice-president for research at Sciences Po Paris (2007), where he is associated with the Centre de sociologie des organisations (CSO).

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We Have Never Been Modern

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Reassembling the Social: An...

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Science in Action: How to F...

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Laboratory Life: The Constr...

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Pandora's Hope: Essays on t...

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Politics of Nature: How to ...

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Aramis, or the Love of Tech...

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The Pasteurization of France

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An Inquiry Into Modes of Ex...

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On the Modern Cult of the F...

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“The world is not a solid continent of facts sprinkled by a few lakes of uncertainties, but a vast ocean of uncertainties speckled by a few islands of calibrated and stabilized forms”
Bruno Latour, Reassembling the Social: An Introduction to Actor-Network-Theory

“I have sought to offer humanists a detailed analysis of a technology sufficiently magnificent and spiritual to convince them that the machines by which they are surrounded are cultural artifacts worthy of their attention and respect.”
Bruno Latour, Aramis, or the Love of Technology

“My kingdom for a more embodied body”
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