Bruno Latour – A Shift in Agency – with apologies to David Hume


Once nature and the natural sciences are fully ”secularized”, it becomes possible to revisit also the category of the supernatural. Then, a different landscape opens which can be navigated through an attention to agencies and their composition. Such a freedom of movement allows the use of the rich anthropological literature to compare the ways different “collectives” manage to assemble and totalize different sets of agencies.

3 Responses to “Bruno Latour – A Shift in Agency – with apologies to David Hume”

  1. stuartelden Says:

    Reblogged this on Progressive Geographies and commented:
    The second of Latour’s Gifford lectures.

  2. cheryl gilge Says:

    Reblogged this on deleuzianexcursus and commented:
    just because I always like thinking about agency…

  3. Urban Choreography Says:

    Reblogged this on Urban Choreography and commented:
    One of the Gifford Lectures

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