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Postphenomenology vs Postpositivism : Don Ihde vs Bruno Latour

Flores, Fernando LU (2014) Broken Technologies, a postphenomenological approach to anthropology and social sciences p.1-16
Abstract
Our presentation will try to clarify the differences between Postphenomenology and Postpositivism. Contemporary studies of technology and its relation to science are very much inspired by the works of Don Ihde and Bruno Latour.Updated February 2016.
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Ihde, Latour, Postphenomenology, Postpositivism
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16 pages
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Broken Technologies, a postphenomenological approach to anthropology and social sciences
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English
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  author       = {Flores, Fernando},
  keyword      = {Ihde,Latour,Postphenomenology,Postpositivism},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {1--16},
  title        = {Postphenomenology vs Postpositivism : Don Ihde vs Bruno Latour},
  year         = {2014},
}