The Mangle of Practice: Time, Agency, and Science

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The Mangle in Practice

As Pickering argues in the preface, the mangle points to a shift in interpretive sensibilities that makes visible a world of de-centered becoming. This volume demonstrates the viability, coherence, and promise of such a shift, not only in science and technology studies, but in the social sciences and humanities more generally. Product details Format Paperback pages Dimensions x x Other books in this series. The Body Multiple Annemarie Mol.

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Evolution's Eye Susan Oyama. Genes in Development Eva M. Growing Explanations M. Back cover copy "Andrew Pickering is a major figure in the field of science studies. In the original, widely cited and widely admired but still controversial "The Mangle of Practice," he developed a number of important concepts that are strongly resonant for many members of the current generation of scholars, researchers, and theorists in the social sciences and humanities. Steiner References About the Contributors Index show more. Review quote "This excellent collection offers cutting-edge theorizations of cultural practice, showing how science and society work with and against each other across a broad cultural landscape.

It is especially welcome that the essays explore, often profoundly, a number of phenomena-practices-which have rarely if ever been addressed previously, but which are shown here to possess unexpected complexity and significance. His proposal makes distinct contributions not only to science studies but to all disciplines engaged in post-humanist projects of knowledge production and committed to bypassing the sterile dichotomy between rationality and relativism. Applying Pickering's mangle to problems ranging from natural resource management to the dynamics of police work, this timely collection demonstrates the power and flexibility of Pickering's proposal.

In the original, widely cited and widely admired but still controversial The Mangle of Practice, he developed a number of important concepts that are strongly resonant for many members of the current generation of scholars, researchers, and theorists in the social sciences and humanities. Rating details. Book ratings by Goodreads.

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Sign up now. In this book, Pickering explores projects that intertwine, for instance, technology, psychiatry, spirituality, education and, of course, brain sciences. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Andrew Pickering.

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