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He retired from several university activities in Latour's monographs earned him a 10th place among most-cited book authors in the humanities and social sciences for the year Latour is related to a well-known family of winemakers from Burgundy , but is not associated with the similarly named estate in Bordeaux. As a student, Latour originally focused on philosophy.

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What can one man accomplish, even a great man and brilliant scientist? Although every town in France has a street named for Louis Pasteur, was he alone able to stop people from spitting, persuade them to dig drains, influence them to undergo vaccination?

It is the operation of these forces, in combination with the talent of Pasteur, that Bruno Latour sets before us as a prime example of science in action. Latour argues that the triumph of the biologist and his methodology must be understood within the particular historical convergence of competing social forces and conflicting interests.

Yet Pasteur was not the only scientist working on the relationships of microbes and disease. How was he able to galvanize the other forces to support his own research? Instead of reducing science to a given social environment, Latour tries to show the simultaneous building of a society and its scientific facts.

The first section of the book, which retells the story of Pasteur, is a vivid description of an approach to science whose theoretical implications go far beyond a particular case study. Instead of leading to sociological reductionism, this method leads to an unexpected irreductionism. Remembering Our Veterans during a Pandemic. Social distancing will make this Memorial Day quite different from what we are used to. No motorcycles rumbling around the Nati ….

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What can one man accomplish, even a great man and brilliant scientist? Although every town in France has a street named for Louis Pasteur, was he alone able to stop people from spitting, persuade them to dig drains, influence them to undergo vaccination? It is the operation of these forces, in combination with the talent of Pasteur, that Bruno Latour sets before us as a prime example of science in action. Latour argues that the triumph of the biologist and his methodology must be understood within the particular historical convergence of competing social forces and conflicting interests.

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The Pasteurization of France

Home Archive November Books etc. As a bacteriologist who dabbles in history. I am often amused at what historians of science find important. But what am I to make of The Pasteurization of France? Starting out as history of science, it gradually becomes science fiction. And at what point is it, I asked myself, that fact drifts over into fiction?

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