A World of Many Worlds is a search into the possibilities that may emerge from conversations between indigenous collectives and the study of science’s philosophical production. The contributors explore how divergent knowledges and practices make worlds.
Isabelle Stengers’ book, In Catastrophic Times: Resisting the Coming Barbarism (2015), is available for free as a .pdf download here. Below is an official description of the book: There has […]
“Naming is a serious, that is, a pragmatic business, when it means giving to what is named the power to induce thinking and feeling in a particular way.” Isabelle Stengers, […]
From Isabelle Stengers’ ‘The Cosmopolitical Proposal’ (pdf): How can I present a proposal intended not to say what is, or what ought to be, but to provoke thought; one that […]
” The reliability of …science’s results is relative to experimentally purified, well controlled laboratory experiments. And competent objections are competent only with regards to such controlled environments. Which means that […]
Stengers and Haraway throwing it down.