Deleuzian Intersections: Science, Technology, Anthropology by Casper Bruun Jensen
By Casper Bruun Jensen
Technological know-how and expertise stories, cultural anthropology and cultural reviews take care of the complicated family members among fabric, symbolic, technical and political practices. In a Deleuzian process those family members are noticeable as produced in heterogeneous assemblages, relocating throughout differences comparable to the human and non-human or the cloth and perfect. This quantity outlines a Deleuzian method of examining technological know-how, tradition and politics.
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Both refer to an excluded exterior. Indeed, Adrian Mackenzie notes that in some of Latour's earlier work the concept of the collective is understood to be 'the outcome of an event in which some element of the pre-individual reserve associated with individuated beings in a domain is singularly structured. In this event, both the individuated beings (subjects, objects, assemblages) and the collective itself become something different' (Mackenzie 2005: I 4). Despite these similarities (which Mackenzie also goes on to question), for me the crucial distinction between Latour's and Whitehead's work on this point concerns their · relation to what it is or is not possible to know of that excluded dimension.
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