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The Cosmoecoartisan: Ahuman Becomings in the Anthropocene

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This chapter sets out the context for imagining the cosmoecoartisan in relation to the Anthropocene. The procedure for doing so is “diagrammatic,” where three diagrams that Lacan developed in Seminar XI are reworked along Deleuzian lines to illustrate the complexity of an “event” as happening at the boundaries and limits of non-representation and representation. The chapter, in effect, presents a quantum cosmology that recognizes the necessity of speculation and a “realist” account of matter-energy exchanges. The chapter ends by providing exemplars of an ecocosmology presented by what I term as “an avant-garde without authority.”

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jagodzinski, j. (2022). The Cosmoecoartisan: Ahuman Becomings in the Anthropocene. In: Beier, J.L., jagodzinski, j. (eds) Ahuman Pedagogy . Palgrave Studies in Educational Futures. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-94720-0_11

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