Two recent books force us to rethink what knowledge is, where it is located, and how it moves.
Martha Nussbaum on her new book—and why a full development of our humanity requires developing our capacities to care for animals.
Rare earth mining will disrupt local climate resilience. Who should pay the price?
Despite debates about scientific certainty, we do not need 100 percent consensus on a scientific claim to accept it as true.
In place of public-private partnerships, we should revive the Pan-African ambitions of the green developmental state.
Both regulators and employers have embraced new technologies for on-the-job monitoring, turning a blind eye to unjust working conditions.
As Big Tech's data and profit extraction extends the world over, activists in the Global South are pointing the way to a more just digital future.
Two new books examine the ordinary roots of our extraordinary regime of high-tech monitoring.
Science is always undertaken from a definite point of view, a new book concedes. But it enlarges our knowledge of the world through the interplay of different perspectives.
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