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From Realpolitik to Dingpolitik – An Introduction

Abstract : Realpolitik turns out to be a very unrealistic version of politics. In effect, most of our political passions and interests are turned toward things –the oldEnglish and German Ding- that could be translated nowadays by ‘issues’. But in spite of this constant attention to things, political theory remained in a rather abstract level of opinions, positions, standing, problem solving and, ingeneral, discursive attitudes. The idea of the paper and thus of the show is to bring politics back to things and to see what happens when the variousassemblies in which things are shaped and decided are compared to the traditional vocabulary of politics. The paper tries to present an overview of the catalogue by slowly shifting attention from objects to things
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Bruno Latour. From Realpolitik to Dingpolitik – An Introduction. Peter Weibel; Bruno Latour. Making things public : atmospheres of democracy, MIT Press, pp.00 - 00, 2005, 0262122790. ⟨hal-02057240⟩



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