‘More Acid Than Woodstock’

Millie Light

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Human activity and growth under Capitalism has had such impact on the
environment, that the present epoch is increasingly referred to as the
Anthropocene – the Age of Man. It is paradoxical, perhaps, that this focus on
Anthropos should occur alongside a developing awareness of the entanglement
of human and nonhuman species. These nonhuman and more-than-human others
have been largely ignored or abused by concepts of human exceptionalism and
the endless pursuit of profit. In what Braidotti (2019) terms the ‘posthuman
convergence’, that is the junction of mass ecological extinction and vast
technological revolution, is there time and space for material beings to form,
intra-act and traverse inter-dependently across new and unknown terrains?
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)46-47
Number of pages2
JournalIntersections (Postgraduate Journal - Arts , Humanities , Social Sciences)
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished (in print/issue) - 3 Jul 2020


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