When we think about anything through the lens of an idea like ‘assemblage’ we are asked to consider many things. Here I will focus on two of these. First, we are asked to reflect on the fact that whenever we refer to a single concept or put forward a simple proposition that what we are in fact doing is always far more complex. Assemblage draws our attention to the many components that apparently simple propositions consist of.
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