A Democratic Ontology of Knowledge, All of Us Slipping Out the Back Door
Not going anywhere, but in flow, painting a broad, political and societal picture of the places and spaces we write, we are in awe of what writing can become, speak against and speak for. In this chapter, no conclusions are offered and authors keep speaking back to us continuously resisting any privileging of any particular knowledge-systems so we can all just go on: go on with our collection of words, our entanglements of stories, poetics and texts about decentered knowledges and polycritical knowledge sharing: questioning with/in a democratic ontology of knowledge.
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