Bruno Latour spent a week with us at GIDEST in October 2016. Following his seminar, which was devoted to discussion of his paper “On a Possible Triangulation of Some Present Political Positions,” we spoke to him about his current work on the anthropocene and nature, a series of propositions that will be published in English in 2017 as Facing Gaia.
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