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May Nature Be Recomposed? A Few Questions of Cosmopolitics

Abstract : During the modernist period, human and political life was supposed to unfold under a background of nature: while the foreground had to be pacified and composed, the background was supposed to be already unified. With the invasion of ecological crisis, it seems now clear that both society and nature have to be recomposed. Hence the troubling notion of cosmopolitics understood here as the politics of producing a unified cosmos
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Bruno Latour. May Nature Be Recomposed? A Few Questions of Cosmopolitics. Neale Whealer Watson Lecture, May 2010, Nobel Museum, Stockholm, Sweden. ⟨hal-03399958⟩

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