Toxic politics: Acting in a permanently polluted world

@article{Liboiron2018ToxicPA,
  title={Toxic politics: Acting in a permanently polluted world},
  author={M. Liboiron and M. Tironi and N. Calvillo},
  journal={Social Studies of Science},
  year={2018},
  volume={48},
  pages={331 - 349}
}
Toxicity has become a ubiquitous, if uneven, condition. Toxicity can allow us to focus on how forms of life and their constituent relations, from the scale of cells to that of ways of life, are enabled, constrained and extinguished within broader power systems. Toxicity both disrupts existing orders and ways of life at some scales, while simultaneously enabling and maintaining ways of life at other scales. The articles in this special issue on toxic politics examine power relations and actions… Expand
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