Tag Archives: body / somatology

The Bad Faith of Zoophobia

This essay taken down temporarily; it is currently being rewritten for a book publication. Please stay tuned.

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Worlds Apart? The Unity of Liberation

John Sanbonmatsu, ed. Critical Theory and Animal Liberation, Plymouth, UK: Rowman & Littlefield, 2011. 376 pp. $90, ₤57.95. The review originally published in Humanimalia: a journal of interface human/animal studies, Fall 2011 Animal exploitation is a complex process that plays … Continue reading

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Sartre on Body and Transparent Communication

In an interview with Michel Contat, 70-year-old Sartre talked, among other things, on the relations between the body and transparency of human communication. He said: “I think transparency should always be substituted for what is secret, and I can quite … Continue reading

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