Science in the forest, science in the past

Auteur(s) : LLoyd, Geoffrey E. R. (Éd.)
Vilaça, Aparecida (Éd.)
Description matérielle : xi-278 p. : schémas ; 23 cm. Collection: Hau: journal of ethnographic theory ; vol. 9 n° 1. Publication : Chicago : Hau books, 2020.Cote : G.5350Note : Bibliographies en fin de chapitres.
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Preface / Lloyd, Geoffrey E. R. and Vilaça, Aparecida --

The clash of ontologies and the problems of translation and mutual intelligibility / Lloyd, Geoffrey E. R. --

Inventing nature: christianity and science in indigenous Amazonia / Vilaça, Aparecida --

A clash of ontologies? Time, law, and science in Papua New Guinea / Strathern, Marilyn --

Mathematical traditions in Ancient Greece and Rome / Cuomo, Serafina --

Is there mathematics in the forest? / Barbosa de Almeida, Mauro William --

Different clusters of texts from Ancient China, different mathematical ontologies / Chemla, Karine --

Shedding light on diverse cultures of mathematical practices in South Asia: early sanskrit mathematical texts in conservation with modern elementary Tamil mathematical curricula (in dialogue with Senthil Babu) / Keller, Agathe --

Antidomestication in the Amazon: swidden and its foes / Carneiro da Cunha, Manuela --

Objective functions: (in)humanity and inequity in artificial intelligence / Blackwell, Alan --

Modeling, ontology, and wild thought: toward an anthropology of the artificially intelligent / McCarty, Willard --

Rhetorical antinomies and radical othering: recent reflections on responses to an old paper concerning human-animal relations in Amazonia / Hugh-Jones, Stephen --

Turning to ontology in studies of distant sciences / Jardine, Nicholas --

Epilogue: the way ahead / Lloyd, Geoffrey E. R. and Vilaça, Aparecida.

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