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Reset Modernity!

Author
Edited by Bruno Latour, Christophe Leclercq
Publisher / Label
Mit Press
Country
USA
Language
English
Publication year
2016
Type of publication
Book
Number of pages
432
ISBN
9780262034593

Index

LET ’S TOUCH BASE! ................................................................. 11
DONATO RICCI
DON’T PUSH THAT BUTTON! ................................................................ 24
CLAUDE MARZOTTO AND MAIA SAMBONET (ÒBELO)
A PROCESS RECORD FROM A FRANGIBLE SURFACE .............................. 42

Procedure 1
RELOCALIZING THE GLOBAL ................................................... 51
JOSEPH LEO KOERNER
CASPAR DAVID FRIEDRICH: EARTH LIFE ART ......................................... 68
BRUNO LATOUR
ARMIN LINKE, OR CAPTURING / RECORDING THE INSIDE ...................... 74
ANDRÉS JAQUE / OFFICE FOR POLITICAL INNOVATION
SUPERPOWERS OF TEN ..................................................... 78

Procedure 2
WITHOUT THE WORLD OR WITHIN .......................................... 91
DIDIER DEBAISE, PABLO JENSEN, PIERRE MONTEBELLO,
NICOLAS PRIGNOT, ISABELLE STENGERS, AND ALINE WIAME
REINSTITUTING NATURE: A LATOURIAN WORKSHOP ................................ 104
PABLO JENSEN
AN ONTOLOGY FOR PHYSICISTS’ LABORATORY LIFE ............................ 114
PHILIPPE DESCOLA
HOW WE BECAME MODERN: A VIEW FROM AFAR .............................121
GRAHAM HARMAN
A NEW OCCASIONALISM? ................................................... 129
LESLEY GREEN
CALCULEMUS JASUS LALANDII: ACCOUNTING FOR SOUTH AFRICAN LOBSTER .. 139
JAN ZALASIEWICZ
THE PLANET IN A PEBBLE
BREAKING THE SURFACE: INTO THE LIGHT .................................... 152
CYRIL NEYRAT
BLOOD OF THE FISH, BEAUTY OF THE MONSTER .........................................160

Procedure 3
SHARING RESPONSIBILITY: FAREWELL TO THE SUBLIME............... 167
MARTIN GUINARD-TERRIN
WHICH SUBLIME FOR THE ANTHROPOCENE? .........................184
DIPESH CHAKRABARTY
THE HUMAN SIGNIFICANCE OF THE ANTHROPOCENE ........................... 189
JAMES LOVELOCK AND HANS ULRICH OBRIST
WE LIVE ON A DYNAMIC PLANET ............................................. 200
BRUNO LATOUR
SARACENO’S MONADS AND SPIDERS ................................................205
ANTOINE HENNION
THE WORK TO BE MADE: THE ART OF TOUCHING .................................... 208
MICHAEL CUNTZ
ON THE ODDNESS OF HABIT ............................................ 215
STEPHEN MUECKE
RECOMPOSING THE HUMANITIES .......................................224
CLIVE HAMILTON
RESET MODERNITY: AFTER HUMANISM .....................................230
PHILIP CONWAY
EARTH, ATMOSPHERE, AND ANOMIE IN DOUGLAS TRUMBULL’S SILENT RUNNING .....233

Procedure 4
FROM LANDS TO DISPUTED TERRITORIES ................................... 245
MARTIN GIRAUDEAU, ANTOINE HENNION, VINCENT-ANTONIN LÉPINAY,
CORMAC O’KEEFFE, AND CONSUELO VÁSQUEZ
OUR ECONOMY ................................................................260
KYLE MCGEE
ON THE GROUNDS QUIETLY OPENING BENEATH OUR FEET ............................. 272
MARTIN GIRAUDEAU
THE BUSINESS OF CONTINUITY ...........................................................278
MARTIN GIRAUDEAU
INCLINED PLANS: ON THE MECHANICS OF MODERN FUTURES .......................286
PIERRE MONTEBELLO
EARTH AND WAR IN THE INQUIRY ....................................................293
SYLVAIN GOURAUD
SHAPING SHARING AGRICULTURE (LETTER TO MY GRANDMOTHER) .............296

Procedure 5
INNOVATION NOT HYPE ................................................ 305
HENNING SCHMIDGEN
MODE D’EXISTENCE: MEMOIRS OF A CONCEPT ....................................320
BRUNO LATOUR
COSMOCOLOSSE
SEQUENCE 6: VIKTOR AND MARY ...................................................328
TERRITORIAL AGENCY
RADICAL CONSERVATION: THE MUSEUM OF OIL ............................................ 337
THOMAS THWAITES
THE TOASTER PROJECT: CONSTRUCTION ................................................. 354

Procedure 6
SECULAR AT LAST ..................................................... 363
JEAN-MICHEL FRODON
RELIGIOUS FILMS ARE ALWAYS POLITICAL ......................................................370
OLEG KHARKHORDIN
RESETTING MODERNITY: A RUSSIAN VERSION ................................................ 381
GERARD DE VRIES
WHAT ARE POLITICIANS FOR? ........................................................................... 387
LORENZA MONDADA, SARA KEEL, HANNA SVENSSON, AND NYNKE VAN SCHEPEN
REFERRING TO GRACE, PERFORMING GRACE ..................................................395

Procedure 7
IN SEARCH OF A DIPLOMATIC MIDDLE GROUND ............................ 405
RICHARD WHITE
THE MIDDLE GROUND: THE CLASH OF EMPIRES ............................................ 420
ISABELLE STENGERS
DON’T SHOCK COMMON SENSE! ................................................................... 426
BRUNO KARSENTI
A PHILOSOPHY OF ATTENTION ...........................................................433
EDUARDO KOHN
MODES THAT MOVE THROUGH US .............................................................. 445
VINCIANE DESPRET
BRING THE DEAD INTO ETHOLOGY ............................................................... 450

P3G – LE PETIT GROUPE DU GRAND-GAGNAGE
“RESET INQUIRY!”............................................................................ 455
TERENCE BLAKE
DE-BRIEFING AIME PROJECT: A PARTICIPANT PERSPECTIVE .......................... 468
PATRICE MANIGLIER
THE EMBASSY OF SIGNS: AN ESSAY IN DIPLOMATIC METAPHYSICS .................475
DIDIER DEBAISE
THE CELEBRATION OF FALSE PROBLEMS .................................................... 486
EDUARDO VIVEIROS DE CASTRO
ON THE MODES OF EXISTENCE OF THE EXTRAMODERNS ................................ 491
JAMIE ALLEN, CLAUDIA MAREIS, AND JOHANNES BRUDER
WHY IS IT SO HARD TO DESCRIBE EXPERIENCE?
WHY IS IT SO HARD TO EXPERIENCE DESCRIPTION? ....................................... 496
PETER WEIBEL
FOR ANOTHER RESET: RENAISSANCE 2.0 ......................................... 516

APPENDIX ....................................................................... 544
GLOSSARY OF [MODES] ................................................................... 545
INDEX OF NAMES ................................................................550