Posts Tagged: Bruno Latour

Latour and Marx

As I was reading Latour’s Politics  of Nature I began to think about the explicit relationship of the political ecology tradition with Marxist and socialist thought. It seems Latour is building on some of Marx’s ideas but tweaking them for

Latour and Marx

As I was reading Latour’s Politics  of Nature I began to think about the explicit relationship of the political ecology tradition with Marxist and socialist thought. It seems Latour is building on some of Marx’s ideas but tweaking them for

Have we ever been modern?

Reading Bruno Latour, for me, is like deciphering a code. I have to re-read Greek mythology, re-formulate the typical associations to words I create, and start to re-understand the world.  But this is a good thing.  After finishing We Have Never

Have we ever been modern?

Reading Bruno Latour, for me, is like deciphering a code. I have to re-read Greek mythology, re-formulate the typical associations to words I create, and start to re-understand the world.  But this is a good thing.  After finishing We Have Never

Why are we talking about cats as killers? Mini nukes are the future? Beyonce caused the power outage?

There is a story in national media, filtering down to the local media, that cat’s are nature’s greatest invasive species, killing by the millions.  And that Beyonce did an amazing job performing at the Super Bowl. My question is: why

Why are we talking about cats as killers? Mini nukes are the future? Beyonce caused the power outage?

There is a story in national media, filtering down to the local media, that cat’s are nature’s greatest invasive species, killing by the millions.  And that Beyonce did an amazing job performing at the Super Bowl. My question is: why