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Becoming Earth pp 163-175 | Cite as

Sustainable Eco-Justice Placemaking

  • Anne Beate Reinertsen
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Abstract

For the new earth (“In truth, the earth will one day become a place of healing”) is not to be found in the neurotic or perverse reterritorializations that arrest the process or assign it goals; it is no more behind than ahead, it coincides with the completion of the process of desiring-production, this process that is always and already complete as it proceeds, and as long as it proceeds. It therefore remains for us to see how, effectively, simultaneously, these various tasks of schizoanalysis proceed.

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Picture Book Virtual Node Nature Culture Practical Philosophy School Garden 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Anne Beate Reinertsen
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  1. 1.Early Childhood Education and CareQueen Maud University CollegeNorway

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