The Principle of Unrest : Activist Philosophy in the Expanded Field

  • Massumi B
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We normally think of movement as simple displacement: a change in location. (...) It’s always a question of transformation – transformation in relation. In the movement of relational transformation, the very definition of what moves changes. S.8

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Massumi, B. (2017). The Principle of Unrest : Activist Philosophy in the Expanded Field. The Principle of Unrest : Activist Philosophy in the Expanded Field. Open Humanities Press. https://doi.org/10.26530/oapen_630732

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