BRUNO LATOUR ARAMIS PDF
Packet switching works well for moving data — why not use it for moving humans? In a nutshell, the French Aramis transit project proposed packet switching as a. This book was originally published as Aramis, l’amour des Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data. Latour, Bruno. [Aramis. I:onglish]. Aramis. Aramis is a very high tech automated subway that was developped in France during the 80s; after its sudden demise, an investigation has been requested in the.
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Any policy maker who contemplates spending public money on technological innovation should read it before signing his or her first contractual agreement. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. Because of such stylistic excrescences, I personally I found this book somewhat difficult to read at times, but I recommend it very highly to anyone interested in the history of technology, cross-cultural studies, telecommunications — or the burgeoning application of packet switching principles to mass transit.
Technically, Latour does not offer us any real answer, but an abstract idealization and mystification of technology, which is misleading and apart us from the possibility of a sociological understanding of technology.
There are much better books than this out there about man’s relationship with technology, do yourself a favor and find one of them. Why did vruno a promising project, into which millions of francs were invested in arramis years, and p Aramis tells the story of the birth and death of a high-tech public transportation project.
Showing of 6 reviews. The book is a quasi-mystery, which attempts to discover who killed Aramis personal rapid transit. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.
Here at last is science studies that avoids self-exemption and partakes, with humor and emotion, of the very processes it depicts. Joe rated it really liked it Dec 15, He is perhaps the best contemporary exponent of the philosophy of interchanges, of continuous passages across traditional dualisms and traditional disciplinary borders. The structure of the book is perhaps experimental and it may not please many people: No trivia or quizzes yet.
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This is because he combines philosophical sophistication with genuine delight in empirical fieldwork, a latojr and lstour style, an amazingly wide range of reference, and wit. Watson; a scholarly treatise introducing the modern sociology of technology; and a reproduction of original archival documents It seems to me that there were some pretty serious flaws in the arguments presented in this book and I remain unconvinced by the value of ANT.
ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. Such an interesting read! Jan 17, Elizabeth rated it really liked it Shelves: Jesse Hession Grayman rated it really liked it May 29, This is because he combines philosophical sophistication with genuine delight in empirical fieldwork, a fluent and flexible style, an amazingly wide range of reference, and wit.
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Aramis seems like an utopian kind of transportation, a hybrid between public and private transportation I suggest you google about it and PRTbut engineers worked on it for two decades and deemed it possible.
In grad school, I studied how science and technology are altered by and alter our perceptions of reality. Love for Technology is abundant when it is about aramix a rocket to the moon or developing sophisticated weaponry, but it lacks when it is about revolutionizing public transportation.
I read this book 3 times and each time I found new ideas floating in this love story on rumination about a failed technology. This important asset, of what I think is Latour’s best book so far.
I think [this] is Aramsi best book so far. In contrast, this book describes an extraordinarily well-designed and highly superior semi-personal robotic transit system developed by the French government — and then squashed by the French government.
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I guess I should try the Pasteurization of France before I give up on him! Your email is never published nor shared. One of these items ships sooner arxmis the other. In the process of mocking sociological research, Latour made up a new brand of Sociology called relativistic or relationistwhich main characteristic is to stick in the boundaries proposed by the informants:.
Aramis, or the Love of Technology
Technology is not a realm or a thing in itself, is a central feature of culture. The answer lies, according to Latour, in te nature of high-tech innovation.
Aramis tells the story of the birth and death of a high-tech public transportation project.