“Actor Network and Conduct: The Discipline and Practices of Knowledge Management”,

Hull, Richard. 1999. “Actor Network and Conduct: The Discipline and Practices of Knowledge Management”,. Organization, 6(3), pp. 405-428. ISSN 1350-5084 [Article]

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The works of Gillian Rose in philosophy and social theory provide an alternative perspective on the debates around Actor-Network Theory (ANT), which goes beyond the choice between `radical epistemology' versus `radical politics'. This paper outlines some salient elements of her work, in particular the concept of `diremption `—forced splitting—and `the broken middle' between law and ethics. The paper builds on this work in arguing that a focus on conduct, defined as both discipline and practices, can remain critical of the contemporary world whilst aware of the problems of representation and explanation addressed within ANT

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Article

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https://doi.org/10.1177/135050849963003

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Institute for Cultural and Creative Entrepreneurship (ICCE)

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1999Published

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12474

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04 Aug 2015 15:13

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27 Jun 2017 11:18

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http://research.gold.ac.uk/id/eprint/12474

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