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Imagination is understood to be a quality of mind in settler culture. In Haudenosaunee/Mohawk tradition, the same quality is understood to be animal and spiritual helpers manifesting their presence in one’s life. That sacred ecology of mind is a consequence of long residence in traditional...
Accusations of empty formalism are something of a cliché when it comes to Kant’s ethics and aesthetics. Nevertheless, in the case of the latter, the accusation might well be justified. Kant’s failure to put disinterestedness in place means that numerous questions remain unanswered concerning...
Throughout most recorded history, human societies have used various types of cemeteries for burial purposes; this theme points to humanity’s need to construct a meaning behind death and reflect life into the places where the dead are interred. Whether the bodies of the deceased are placed in...
The notion of urban vitalis as constitutive to urbanity and urbanism has not been acknowledged thus far as perhaps a premise to urban politics and planning. Critical urban studies instead see planning as a matter of designing the everydayness of everyday life by spatializing its flows and...
This article is a narrative experiment written in the hope of illuminating “Third World AIDS” less as a geographically situated pandemic than as dispersed and dispersing encounters of mobile figurations. Using HIV/AIDS in Thailand as a case, the author argues that to move beyond the dominant...
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