EMBODIED KNOWLEDGE: Historical Perspectives on Belief and Technology
Focuses on two different kinds of practices--belief and technology--that are usually presented as opposites, with technology generally approached as non-discursive "know-how" and beliefs as abstract thought. This academic study of social archaeology aims to challenge this distinction. Import. Illus.
Size: 8½x8¼ inches
Item #: 6770347
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