Laura Bazzicalupo

Nature and Politics. The Power of Knowledge: from the Certain to the Indeterminate

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Sciences and techniques work (and exercise power) by reducing uncertainty and complexity, even today when current epistemologies recognize ontological indeterminism and emergentism, nature/technique continuum, decentralization of human being and eco-evolutionary interdependence. Control operates by de-materializing and decontextualizing data, despite the new onto-epistemic scenario underlines the material bio-eco-social constraints that friction with governmental automatism. It’s up to politics to defend the materiality and contextuality of processes


  • Nature
  • Politics
  • Governance Techniques
  • Knowledges


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