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Gabriel Tarde and the End of the Social

Bruno Latour
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There is a close connection between Gabriel Tarde's social theory and what has become known as actor network theory, especially because Tarde's two refusals : there is no difference between natural and social assemblages ; there is no difference between 'big' and 'small' assemblages in society. Through a reading of Tarde Monadologie et sociologie recently republished, the paper explores the technical innovation of Tarde and their import for actor-network theory.

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hal-01027760 , version 1 (22-07-2014)

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Bruno Latour. Gabriel Tarde and the End of the Social. Joyce, Patrick. The social in question : new bearings in history and the social sciences, Routledge, pp.117-132, 2002, 9780415231992. ⟨hal-01027760⟩
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