Haraway Whom do we touch when we touch a dog? How does this touch shape our multispecies world? Haraway contemplates the interactions of humans with many kinds of critters, especially with those called domestic.
The Reinvention of Nature, — This is a misleading and fictive question she has been asking. PageHighlight Cyan: PageHighlight Yellow: It follows that politics and ethics ground struggles for the contests over what may count as rational knowledge.
Perhaps this point could be captured in another phrase: Struggles over what will count as rational accounts of the world are struggles over how to see. A map of tensions and resonances between the fixed ends of a charged dichotomy better represents the potent politics and epistemologies of embodied, therefore accountable, objectivity.
Feminist embodiment, then, is not about fixed location in a reified body, female or otherwise, but about nodes in fields, inflections in orientations, and responsibility for difference in material-semiotic fields of meaning.
Only the god-trick is forbidden. Science becomes the myth not of what escapes human agency and responsibility in a realm above the fray, but rather of accountability and responsibility for translations and solidarities linking the cacophonous visions and visionary voices that characterize the knowledges of the subjugated.
A splitting of senses, a confusion of voice and sight, rather than clear and distinct ideas, becomes the metaphor for the ground of the rational. The only way to find a larger vision is to be somewhere in particular.
The science question in feminism is about objectivity as positioned rationality. Such a sense of humour is not comfortable for humanists and others committed to the world as resource.
We just live here and try to strike up non-innocent conversations by means of our prosthetic devices, including our visualization technologies. Difference is theorized biologically as situational, not intrinsic, at every level from gene to foraging pattern, thereby fundamentally changing the biological politics of the body.
This unwieldy term is intended to highlight the object of knowledge as an active, meaning-generating axis of the apparatus of bodily production, without ever implying immediate presence of such objects or, what is the same thing, their final or unique detennination of what can count as objective knowledge at a particular historical juncture.
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Harich2 Harraway and Barker () surveyed a large sample of Knowledge and Skill Requirements for Marketing Jobs in the 21st Century. What 3 things does Harraway say about critical geopolitics? 1. Questions how geopolitics is made and represented 2.
Claims geopolitics is a form of discourse and identity politics 3. Looks at how social relations are articulated.
-way of thinking about power and knowledge in geopolitics.
As professor of the history of consciousness at the University of California, Santa Cruz, Haraway is a leading thinker about people's love/hate relationship with machines.
By insisting on the mutually conditioning operations of knowledge and power, Hartsock contends that Foucault denies the possibility of liberatory knowledge; that is, he denies the possibility that increased and better knowledge of patriarchal power can lead to liberation from oppression.
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