Infrastructures as Ontological Experiments

@article{Jensen2015InfrastructuresAO,
  title={Infrastructures as Ontological Experiments},
  author={C. Jensen and A. Morita},
  journal={Engaging Science, Technology, and Society},
  year={2015},
  volume={1},
  pages={81-87}
}
Ontology has recently gained renewed attention in science and technology studies and anthropology (e.g. Gad, Jensen and Winthereik 2015; Holbraad, Pedersen and Viveiros de Castro 2014; Woolgar and Lezaun 2013). Yet, it has a considerably longer pedigree than these recent debates might lead one to think. Experiments , of course, have long held the attention of sociologists, historians, and philosophers of science (Collins 1985; Gooding 1990; Shapin and Schaffer 1985). And infrastructures have… Expand
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