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Animal Welfare for Better Sleep. Fragments of a Materialist Denunciation.

Exploitation is a phenomenon of subordination, control, and brutality that plays out in the thick of materiality: bodies relating to other bodies, immersed for the most part in their daily routines with a certain inertia. In a sense, it keeps … Continue reading

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Liberation?: In Defense of a Materialist Phenomenology of Politics

This paper was given on my behalf at the South American Institute for Critical Animal Studies Conference on Aug 10 2012. I have yet to to get my hands on the questions that followed the talk. As soon as I … Continue reading

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