Jump to navigation Jump to search
- The long-standing global human activity of technology combined with the scientific method that occurred primarily in Europe during the 17th and 18th centuries.
- (philosophy, social sciences) The study of the technological and social context of science.
- 2002, Ginette Verstraete; Tim Cresswell, Mobilizing Place, Placing Mobility: The Politics of Representation in a Globalized World, Rodopi, page 20:
- Briefly put, strategies of globalization undertaken by the state, capital and technoscience all attempt to negotiate the production of locality in a non place- based way that induces increasingly delocalizing effects.