Cosmocracy - A Hymn for the World? Reflections on Michel Serres and the Natural World

Mary Zournazi

Abstract


This essay explores Michel Serres most recent book, Biogea. In doing so, it tracks Serres philosophical trajectory and offers some ideas toward a new ecology of seeing.

Keywords


Ecology, nature, perception,

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Serres. M. 1995, The Natural Contract, trans. E. MacArthur and W. Paulson. University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor.

Serres. M. 2008, The Five Senses: A Philosophy of Mingled Bodies, trans. M. Sankey & P.r Cowley. Continuum, London.

Serres. M. 2011, Malfeasance: Appropriation Through Pollution, trans. A.-M. Feenberg-Dibon. Stanford University Press, Stanford.

Serres. M .2012, Biogea, trans. R. Burks. Univocal, Minneapolis.

Serres, M. with Latour, B. 1995. Conversations on Science, Culture and Time, trans. R. Lapidus. University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor.

Stengers, I. 2010, Cosmopolitics 1, trans. R. Bononno. University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis.

Stengers, I. 2011, Cosmopolitics 2, trans. R. Bononno. University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolois.

Zournazi, M. with Serres, M. 2003, 'The Art of Living, ' in Hope: New Philosophies for Change. Routledge, New York, pp. 192209.




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5130/portal.v9i2.2802