Bruno Latour: How to Make Things Public
By the German neologism, Dingpolitik, we wish to designate a risky and tentative set of experiments in probing just what we could mean for political thought to turn “things” around and become slightly more realistic than has been attempted up to now. A few years ago, computer scientists invented the marvelous expression of “object-orientated” software to describe a new way of program their computers. We wish to use this metaphor to ask the question: “what would be an object-oriented” democracy look like?”
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