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Category Archives: Postactivism and the preposterous
When the notion of sacred activisms come to mind, the usual impression is that traditional activism interacts with and acknowledges the ‘spiritual’ in order to accomplish its set goals – perhaps in the same way a car gets petrol in order to complete a trip, or in the way corporate practices have adopted yoga rituals …Continue Reading >>>
What gets in the way is part of the way.
In a world where distance evokes authority and sanity, where seclusion whispers prestige, where scarcity suggests luxury and exclusivity, where exteriority means truth, and where privacy is the hallmark of an irreducible ego, intimacy – our carnal entanglement with all things – is the unforgivable sin. The seditious intrusion. That’s why I think that nothing …Continue Reading >>>
Scientific accuracy isn’t about how well the world ‘out there’ is represented, it is about how well other possibilities and accounts about the world are excluded from the discourse.
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Our way of responding to the crisis is part of the crisis.