From Homo Performans to Interspecies Collaboration
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the repeated, almost automatic act of drawing the distinction between the human and the animal, an act through which the two categories are produced. Some animals are separated out from all the others and given a special name, ‘human’, which is then placed in opposition to a second category, defined by the exclusion from the human realm: ‘animal’. (2007, p. 23)
KeywordsPerformance Study Nonhuman Animal Humpback Whale Reductive Definition Modern Language Association
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