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..". an original, quirky, and illuminating collection of material concerning the relatively new and exciting field of technoscience studies.... [T]he editors' choice of multiple approaches to the work of four major figures is wholly suited to clarifying their unorthodox and consequently somewhat elusive philosophical positions." --Robert Scharff

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Hardcover, 264 pages
Published June 1st 2003 by Indiana University Press
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John Carter McKnight
Generally a solid, interesting, highly readable collection of works by and about Donna Haraway, Don Ihde, Bruno Latour, and Andrew Pickering. For the junior STS scholar, this is an invaluable collection: growing out of a set of workshops involving the authors, it pushes them towards a clarity, succinctness, and comparison/contrast which can be hard to come by in reading their works on their own.

There's some philosophy grad-student wank: "Author X uses words without understanding how my sub-sub-
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Don Ihde (born 1934) is a philosopher of science and technology, and a post-phenomenologist. In 1979 he wrote what is often identified as the first North American work on philosophy of technology, Technics and Praxis. Ihde is Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at the State University of New York at Stony Brook. Ihde is the author of thirteen original books and the editor of many others. Recent ...more
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