Over the next few years, I’ll be working on a collaborative project on trans- and post-humanism, building on the Centre for Social Ontology’s previous Social Morphogenesis series. My main contribution to this will be co-editing a volume, Strangers in a Familiar… Read More ›
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In this podcast I talk to Daniel Chernilo about philosophical sociology. This is a subject that has long fascinated me as someone who moved from philosophy to sociology as a postgraduate. Find out more in his new book.
According to Hegel’s bird’s eye-view of the world, the Owl of Minerva takes flight at dusk. If this bird is supposed to be the personification of philosophical insight, then we start thinking deeply about the nature of something only once… Read More ›
[I want to thank Adam Ford and Jim Collier for earlier posting this report on their websites, respectively, H+ Magazine and the Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective. (The latter site includes links to the various figures and concepts raised… Read More ›