Angelaki 24 (3):175-195 (2019)

Claire Colebrook
Pennsylvania State University
One of the ways in which one might chart the force of various forms of posthuman thought is to mark a reversal in the ways we think about relationality. Rather than distinct Cartesian subje...
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