NatureCulture is an international open-access journal which explores how ‘nature’ and ‘culture’ are constructed. It seeks out the proper state of the various relations and the emergence of beings that transcend this dichotomy. NatureCulture aims to offer a place where anthropology, STS (Science and Technology Studies), the history of science, philosophy, and the related natural sciences can mingle, with the goal of contributing to the possibility and emergence of a new reality, sometimes through productive mutual criticism, sometimes through stimulating discommunication.

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Introduction >PDF
Dominique Lestel and Perig Pitrou i-ix
Life as a Making >PDF
Perig Pitrou 1-37
How Machines Force Us to Rethink What It Means to Be Living >PDF
Dominique Lestel 38-58
The Body with Anonymous Organs >PDF
Goro Yamazaki 59-75
Robots: Technical Individuals and Systems >PDF
Paul Dumouchel 76-89
Viral Life, at Last >PDF
Thierry Bardini 90-114

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