Wetenschap in actie: Wetenschappers en technici in de maatschappij

Wetenschap in actie: Wetenschappers en technici in de maatschappij

Bruno Latour / Sep 17, 2019

Wetenschap in actie Wetenschappers en technici in de maatschappij Beschrijving van de geschiedenis van de wetenschap en de invloed op de samenleving met een overzicht van de wijze waarop wetenschappelijke resultaten tot stand komen

  • Title: Wetenschap in actie: Wetenschappers en technici in de maatschappij
  • Author: Bruno Latour
  • ISBN: 9035115856
  • Page: 273
  • Format: Paperback
  • Beschrijving van de geschiedenis van de wetenschap en de invloed op de samenleving met een overzicht van de wijze waarop wetenschappelijke resultaten tot stand komen.

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    About "Bruno Latour"

      • Bruno Latour

        Bruno Latour is a French sociologist of science and anthropologist and an influential theorist in the field of Science and Technology Studies STS After teaching at the cole des Mines de Paris Centre de Sociologie de l Innovation from 1982 to 2006, he is now Professor and vice president for research at Sciences Po Paris 2007 , where he is associated with the Centre de sociologie des organisations CSO.


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    1. One of my favorite books.It approaches the process of the progress of science and the development of "facts" from the human and social perspective. Latour starts out the book by chronicling the discovery of DNA and the development of the Eclipse MV/8000 computer. He shows how "facts" are black boxes that become fact through a process of competition that involves building networks of references until people start to refer to your theory as a fact and use it to build their facts. In fact, black bo [...]


    2. Книга Бруно Латура не є звичайною працею з соціології науки. Та й до соціології науки її цілком не зарахувати. Чимось вона нагадує Społeczne tworzenie rzeczywistości: Traktat z socjologii wiedzy П.Бергера та Т.Лукмана: наче й про соціологію знання, але більше - про соціальну реальність як таку. Так само [...]


    3. A seminal work on the way in which scientists construct facts. Latour develops an account of a complex process that entangles the personal and political investments of the scientist, interactions among other (often competing) scientists, the influence of funding agencies and other institutions, the intellectual convictions of the scientist, and the technical dance between the scientist and the apparatus from which scientific findings must emerge.This last interaction is the focus of Latour's the [...]


    4. An intriguing concept that for some people is tantamount to sacrilege: the social construction of science. Latour's take on the sociology of science is a topic that is controversial to even teach in some universities due to the unpopular idea that science is no more above social influence than anything else. Latour challenges the Baconian method of teaching science, asserting that nothing in science, even the "black boxes," are as pure and clear cut as we are led to believe. Latour uses many exa [...]


    5. First off, this book is written very well in a creative sense, a skill that is often lacking in academic texts. Latour writes with wit and poses interesting anecdotes, keeping the reader very engaged while retaining a rigid structure guided by the methods and principles of Science in Action. Latour shows that truth and Nature are not absolute, as they need a representant in our social world. This representation is science and fact, for which Latour through the multiple social processes that cons [...]


    6. Science in Action is one of the most influential books in STS, and for good reason. Actor Network Theory as laid out here is a powerful description of how scientists make claims about reality, using technical rhetoric to shift claims between 'true' facts and 'falsified' artefacts. Latour moves smoothly from the level of the scientific paper, to researchers, labs, disciplines, and the immense network of technoscience that girdles and organizes the world. Rarely is a theory so useful at every scal [...]


    7. Latour's book is a full research program in its own style. His chain of thoughts is so well developed that you don't feel lost at any point of an absolutely magnificent journey. It can be a little dense, though, specially for people who are not familiarised with the "hard sciences" vocabulary. A modern classic which every reader interested in science and the manufacture of knowledge should read.


    8. Perhaps some day Prof. Latour will 1.) understand the difference between the philosophy of science and the sociology of science departments, and 2.) be able to construct a sociology report that could get at least a passing grade in an introductory sociology course. Unfortunately, neither of these came before he finished writing this book.


    9. A comprehensive analysis of science and technology as they are practiced and a guide for further research. Latour's thesis, well-defended, is that science consists of evolving networks of marshalled resources including not only publications and laboratory research, but also whole societies, cultures, and bureaucracies.


    10. trying to do some of this Bruno Latour SSS/STS ("social studies of science", or "Science and Technology Studies") stuff. I actually like "We Have Never Been Modern" quite a bit, so I'll have to put this one away for a rainy day.


    11. wasn't sure what I'd think about this one, and still not very sure. He's a talented writer, but it seems a bit 'discursive' at times. Perhaps a little bit dated now? But more up to date than Kuhn and Popper I'd say.


    12. His programmatic statements pale in comparison to his empirical work. Latour should never have written this book. It isn't bad, but now everyone cites it when they need "Latour" and avoids his more daring and rewarding work.


    13. Análise da Ciência no seu processo de construção dos fatos científicos a partir de experimentos, erroneamente considerado como a-realista, na verdade a perspectiva de Latour é realista E "construtivista".


    14. In many ways the successor to Thomas Kuhn's work, Latour demonstrates how science actually works and how scientific facts are largely a community contruction, challenging the notion of a detached, value free science.



    15. In my brief foray into the culture of science, this was the least obtuse book on this subject. (and i enjoyed it, too)


    16. Really excellent illustrations- seriously, and an engaging use of examples/stories to outline Latour's methods for studying science before it is blackboxed.


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