Transplant

@article{Nancy2009Transplant,
  title={Transplant},
  author={Jean Luc Nancy and Phillip Warnell and Ric Allsopp},
  journal={Performance Research},
  year={2009},
  volume={14},
  pages={12 - 18}
}
We call ‘a foreign body’ any kind of object, piece, part or substance introduced more or less fortuitously into a system or a milieu, if not organic as such, at least considered homogeneous and capable of a self-regulation to which the ‘foreign body’ cannot be subjected. A concrete girder is a foreign body in a forest; a metal tambour is one in a river. But the canonical example that is always given is a needle or a piece of glass accidentally swallowed, or better yet, a surgical instrument… Expand
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