Bibliography

Selected bibliography of works dealing with both actor-network theory and Heidegger (or phenomenology or object-oriented ontology)

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  • Ciborra, C. (2002). The Labyrinths of Information: Challenging the Wisdom of Systems. Oxford, Oxford University Press.
  • Ihde, D. (2002). “You Can’t Have It Both Ways: Situated or Symmetrical.” Bodies in Technology. Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press: 67-87.
  • Ihde, D. (2002). “Failure of the Nonhumans: A Science Studies Tale.” Bodies in Technology. Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press: 88-100.
  • Kusch, M. (2002). “Metaphysical Deja Vu: Hacking and Latour on Science Studies and Metaphysics.” Studies In History and Philosophy of Science, Part A, 33 (3): 639-647.

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  • Ciborra, C. U. and O. Hanseth (1998). “From Tool to Gestell: Agendas for Managing the Information Infrastructure.” Information Technology & People 11(4): 305-27.
  • Kendall, G. and M. Michael (1998). “Thinking the unthought: towards a Moebius strip psychology.” New Ideas in Psychology 16(3): 141-157.
  • Whitley, E.A. (1998) “Understanding participation in entrepreneurial organizations: applying the sociology of translation.” In Sixth European Conference on Information Systems, Baets, W. (ed.) (Euro-Arab Management School, Aix-en-Provence, France), pp. 1225-37.
{Wambacq, 2000 #1142}
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    […] it turned out, there were a few other people interested in this conundrum (see our little bibliography). Doll Jr. and Petrina for example said this as early as 1999: “In someways it is possible to […]

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