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The vitality of all things

Living materiality: The political ecology of things
Forfatter: Jane Bennett
Forlag: Mindspace (Danmark)
MATERIALISM / It's about nature, ethics and influence – stem cell research, power outages, obesity epidemics and food policy.

This article was translated by Google and R.E.

The matter around us, and in us, is alive. And man is not the navel of the world. We need an ecological theory that deals with the living matter of the world. It is demanding to achieve, both theoretically and practically, but the American philosopher Jane Bennett tries. Her efforts were published as early as 2010, but are now for the first time made available to a Scandinavian audience, via Danish.

Jane Bennett (born 1957) is a professor of political theory at Johns Hopkins University. She has especially worked with topics in eco-philosophy, nature and ethics, art and politics as well. . .

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Andrew P. Kroglund
Kroglund is a critic and writer. Also Secretary General of BKA (Grandparents' Climate Action).

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