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In: The SAGE Handbook of Nature: Three Volume Set

Chapter 13: Nature, Critique, Ontology, and Decolonial Options: Problematising ‘The Political'

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Nature, Critique, Ontology, and Decolonial Options: Problematising ‘The Political'
Nature, Critique, Ontology, and Decolonial Options: Problematising ‘The Political'
Mark Jackson

Where do you begin telling someone their world is not the only one? (Lee Maracle, Ravensong)

Introduction

This chapter explores the implications for politics and the space of ‘the political’ in light of recent ontological approaches to nature and the environment. My intention is to parse out broadly how and why significant changes to how we think about politics and the meaning of critique arise in recent efforts to re-centre ‘the political’ via ontological debates. I do this by explaining how the space of the political emerges from a genealogy of political critique as it develops in relation both to nature and the idea of a critical, human ...

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