The planetary is political
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Latour’s metaphysics someday achieves absolute victory. Though now positioned at the fringes of mainstream philosophy, he is eventually blessed with a stunning reversal of fortune. Through a variety of triumphs and lucky accidents Latour attains complete hegemony in the philosophical world. The analytic and continental schools fade from memory, as generations of young thinkers wholeheartedly adopt the metaphysics of Latour … To some extent we can imagine what this world would look like. A new empirical spirit pervades philosophy: everyone doing metaphysics is now doing ‘experimental metaphysics’, developing their...
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