In Bruno Latour & Peter Weibel (eds.) Van Realpolitik naar Dingpolitik. Between Fundamental Opposition and Realpolitik: Perspectives for an Alternative. Van Realpolitik naar Dingpolitik. B. Latour · Krisis () Bruno Latour – – In Bruno Latour & Peter Weibel (eds.), Making Things Public. By the German neologism Dingpolitik, we wish to designate a risky and tentative set of experiments in probing just what it could mean for.

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While one might claim that the actors in this setting are the human beings organizing this assembly, Latour claims that the influence of things have an even role in creating this assembly. Find it on Scholar.

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Between Fundamental Opposition and Realpolitik: Request removal from index. But how to get form objects to matter-of-concerns to things? Dante and Francesca da Rimini: Where paradigm shifts of ways of thinking in politic, art, or science have always been labeled chronologically, one following the other, we now enter a time where time itself is condensed. While often in history, this advice has been taken too literally in the shape of spheres and domes, maybe it is time to look for other places of publicity, than the rather archaic town halls, churches and parliaments.

Legitimacy in Realist Thought. Peter-Paul Verbeek – – Krisis 7 1: No keywords specified fix it. It is time to go back to things. Beres – – American Journal of Jurisprudence 33 1: Latour continuous by pointing out that another mistake made in Western political history is that it focused on settling differences, instead of trying to co-evolve with a set of indifferences.


Van Realpolitik naar Dingpolitik

Teodolinda Barolini – – Speculum 75 1: The Origin of Political Liberty in Confucianism: Also, I do some occasional freelance work, where disciplines differ from web-design to workshops to product design.

Perspectives for an Alternative Parliamentarism. Dingpolitik and an internet of things By: In further discussing the political Western history, the next and important point to make is that of the shift from politics of time to politics of space. How can this be achieved? Find it on Scholar.

This page was last modified on 24 Novemberat ffom In the second, it is the re-presentation of the object in relation to those who observe it science, technology. This entry has no external links.

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He seems to be saying that openness ltour a prerequisite to Actor-Network Theory. Sign in Create an account. Christopher Norris – – Philosophy and Social Criticism 17 1: Warwick Neville – – Bioethics Research Notes 10 4: Sign in to use this feature.

No keywords specified fix it. Matt Sleat – – Political Theory 42 3: The concept of Realpolitik has dingolitik since the days of Bismarck. Emery – – International Journal of Ethics 25 4: Emery – – International Journal of Ethics 25 4: History of Western Philosophy.


Navigation menu Personal tools Log in. What change does it make in the way people realpilitik up their minds to be attached to things?

Because all representation involves re presentation. Request removal from index. With a whole set of point made, the question of how Dingpolitik can take shape now remains. The Gulf War, Postmodernism and Realpolitik.

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Edit this record Mark as duplicate Export citation Find it on Scholar Request removal from index Translate to english Revision history. While always describing the how, and the procedures around the issue, when it comes down to what dingpoliitk issue is, political philosophy has realpolitok silent throughout history.

Everything has become contemporary. Now, the question rises how things should be shaped; what is the aesthetic of these things within current society? Taking these things back into the design loop is one of my missions, with the statement in mind that the way content is created and consumed has at least as much importance as the technology driving it.

What if objects themselves can gather, spread and claim issues, turning each other into matters-of-concern?