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  • n. The study of the technological and social context of science.


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From techno- +‎ science.


  • BTW, I would be interested in your thoughts (or anyone) about the claim that climate science is an emerging technoscience.

    Climate Science is an Experimental Science | Serendipity

  • It is claimed as an ideal source for reading cultural histories of western technoscience, of thinking through the sociological and philosophical challenges of science studies, and as revealing of the destabilising of humanism emerging in animal studies and the Śposthumanitiesą more generally.

    CFP, Worldcon 2010 in Australia Academic Programming

  • Ihde, D., and E. Selinger (2003) Chasing technoscience: matrix for materiality.

    Philosophy of Technology

  • Many of our contemporary concerns with deep ecology, human transformation, body-positive spirituality, and the technoscience of mind are rooted in the state's maverick "culture of consciousness."

    Boing Boing: January 23, 2005 - January 29, 2005 Archives

  • The products of contemporary technoscience are hybrid compilations of material goods, human labor, and social relations that often are oppressive.

    Intersections Between Pragmatist and Continental Feminism

  • TM: Feminism and Technoscience (1997, 186), Haraway speaks as a cyborgian “modest witness” to contemporary technoscience, at once both implicated in and suspicious of its processes and products.

    Intersections Between Pragmatist and Continental Feminism

  • Is the die cast, in other words, to such an extent as the certainties of technoscience would have us believe, between the marvelous tools capable of fashioning, transforming and, in principle, domesticating and pacifying the real and those other Forges where the Ancients believed Hephaistos's laborers -- those monstrous Cyclops who were also, at the same time and paradoxically, the guardians of the Being -- worked at the foot of the volcanoes?

    The Full Feed from

  • The book itself is the outcome of a solid research on art and technoscience.

    Worldchanging: Bright Green

  • I think their promulgation of "acceleration of accelerating change" discourse functions to justify elite circumventions of democratic deliberation about technoscience questions (it also happens, in my opinion, to mistake as "acceleration" what looks to non-privileged people simply like destabilization and precarization produced by anti-democratic neoliberal policies of global financialization of the economy).

    amor mundi

  • Medical technoscience does indeed seem to me to be located at an enormously interesting and provocative developmental inflection point right about now,

    amor mundi


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