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Sociology
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SOCD41H3
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Alejandro Paz

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An escapibility between the relationship of the worker and the machine. As for
examples in Modern Times
Capitalist desire for surplus power. The workers are placed at the mercy of machines
for profit
The non human is defining the human. Instead of the human having control it is
actually the machines and this is monstrous and oppressive. Even though foucalt is
not sure what this monstrosity is, he does touch on this inversion within their
relationship
We are animating the non human. We are anthropormorphizing the non human--
latour.
Latour is trying to get away from this distinction between human and non muman of
which he calls antrhopormorphisizing
When he speaks about the door, hes taking us back to a moment where technology
feels less oppressive to us.
Hes arguing that human socities have always delegated apart of thei behavior into
scienve and technology. This inversion is clouding our ability to see how science and
technology opereate in our society.
Because we buy into the idea that something has happened historically that caused
this incersion it feels oppressive to us, we are not only anthropormisiszign; latour
says that this is the wrong way to find this distinction. Latour is unlike Foucault and
marx, as well as others.
We have always been hybrid. When science and technology feels out of our control we
think that it is oppressive. It is thought of as passive when we do not notice it.
Review
Dastson and Park
The monk is put in a figure of a calf to show how monstrous it is. It becomes a sign of
the unholy, a path not to follow.
Page 37- monstrous races…have played a part in Africathe monsters were on the
edges of Europe, out there where there are
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An escapibility between the relationship of the worker and the machine. As for examples in Modern Times Capitalist desire for surplus power. The workers are placed at the mercy of machines for profit The non human is defining the human. Instead of the human having control it is actually the machines and this is monstrous and oppressive. Even though foucalt is not sure what this monstrosity is, he does touch on this inversion within their relationship We are animating the non human. We are anthropormorphizing the non human-- latour. Latour is trying to get away from this distinction between human and non muman of which he calls antrhopormorphisizing When he speaks about the door, hes taking us back to a moment where technology feels less oppressive to us. Hes arguing that human socities have always delegated apart of thei behavior into scienve and
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