Encountering Worlds: Performing In/As Philosophy in the Ecological Age

@inproceedings{Florncio2015EncounteringWP,
  title={Encountering Worlds: Performing In/As Philosophy in the Ecological Age},
  author={J. Flor{\^e}ncio},
  year={2015}
}
Within the context of the ‘Anthropocene’, the current geological epoch marked by the impact of human activity on terrestrial ecosystems and geological formations, this article considers the ways in which the ecological blurring of boundaries between ‘Nature’ and ‘Culture’ might affect existing ontologies of performance. Departing from Richard Bauman’s definition of performance as both communication and enactment, we will use the postulates of Graham Harman’s Object-Oriented Ontology to… Expand
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