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" Everything happens in the middle, everything passes between the two, everything happens by way of mediation, translation, and networks, but this space does not exist, it has noplace. It is the unthinkable, the unconscious of the moderns. (37, my emphasis)... "
Enduring Innocence: Global Architecture and Its Political Masquerades - Page 13
by Keller Easterling - 2005 - 241 pages
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Sciences of the Flesh: Representing Body and Subject in Psychoanalysis

Dianne F. Sadoff - Psychology - 1998 - 343 pages
...Account of Psycho-Analysis" (1924 [1923]) No science can exit from the network of its practice. . . . [E]verything happens by way of mediation, translation...the unconscious of the moderns. — BRUNO LATOUR, We Have Never Been Modern ( 1 993 [ 1 99 1 ]) tively constituted scenario, a reworked personal history,...
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Cultures of Relatedness: New Approaches to the Study of Kinship

Janet Carsten - Social Science - 2000 - 215 pages
...actually allows the proliferation of hybrids - in spite of denying the possibility of their existence: Everything happens in the middle, everything passes...this space does not exist, it has no place. It is unthinkable, the unconscious of the moderns. (P. 37) It is in this sense that Latour argues that 'we...
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Ian Fleming & James Bond: The Cultural Politics of 007

Edward P. Comentale, Stephen Watt, Skip Willman, Adjunct Professor of Theatre and Drama Stephen Watt - Literary Criticism - 2005 - 281 pages
...from nature into the social body while procuring for this body the solidity of natural things. . . . Everything happens in the middle, everything passes...networks, but this space does not exist, it has no place. (Latour 37) Again, the phenomenon of Bond is ideal for this kind of intellectual work and for sustaining...
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T.E. Hulme and the Question of Modernism

Edward P. Comentale, Andrzej Gąsiorek - Literary Criticism - 2006 - 248 pages
...from nature into the social body while procuring for this body the solidity of natural things. . . . Everything happens in the middle, everything passes...networks, but this space does not exist, it has no place. (Latour, 1993, p. 37) Latour's work, though, interests us here for its critical perspective as well...
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