Problems and Methods, Second Edition
Chapter 10: Theorizing a posthumanist practice approach
The final chapter is about theorizing practice from a posthumanist positioning that displaces the human subject as the centre seat of agency for an agencement of elements that achieve agency in their being connected. Thus, the re-turn to practice anew is part of the wider movement towards a relational and sociomaterial epistemology because practice makes it possible to see and to represent a mode of ordering the social in which doing and knowing are not separated and the knowing subject and the known object emerge in their ongoing intra-action.
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