Diseño y materialismo: hacia materias salvajes

Jaron Rowan

Resumen


 “Living creatures, according to this stance, are in no way ‘better’ than rocks. Indeed, in a nonlinear world in which the same basic processes of self-organization take place in the mineral, organic and cultural spheres, perhaps rocks hold some of the keys to understand sedimentary humanity, igneous humanity and all their mixtures.”

Manuel De Landa, «The Geology of Morals»

 

«El sustrato mágico formaba parte de una concepción animista de la naturaleza que no admitía ninguna separación entre la materia y el espíritu y de este modo imaginaba el cosmos como un organismo viviente, poblado de fuerzas ocultas, en el cual cada elemento estaba en relación “favorable” con el resto.»

Silvia Federici, Calibán y la bruja


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