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    Bad with Names: Replacing “Animal” with Whitehead’s Insistent Particularity of Bodies.Brianne Donaldson - 2013 - Process Studies 42 (2):181-199.
    In the history ofWestern thought the “animal” is a general idea devoid of the details ofparticularity. Whitehead poses a nuanced challenge to us: how to perceive each abstract “animal” as a concrete body. To become “bad with names” is an invitation to exchange reductionist designations with new language for individual creatures that populate the amorphous category of “animal.” Derrida, Deleuze, and Guattari, along with Whitehead, suggest ways in which we might understand the idea that there are no “animals,” only radically (...)
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    Discourse First, Cages Second: A New Locus for Animal Liberation.Brianne Donaldson - 2010 - Between the Species 13 (10):12.
    The Animal that was named, categorized, and excluded from the human community by the Greeks has seeped into society at multiple points. This Animal now exists in a paradoxical limbo where she is both excluded from social standing and moral consideration while at the same time being included, utilized and discussed within all sectors of society from advertising to philosophy, neuroscience to the pet industry, religion to farming. Thus, animals have been caught up in multiple mechanisms of explanatory terminology, symbolic (...)
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  3. Feeling Animal Death: Being Host to Ghosts.Brianne Donaldson & Ashley King (eds.) - 2019 - Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.
    This text offers examples of people across diverse disciplines and perspectives—from biomedical research to black theology to art—learning and performing emotions, expanding their desires, discovering new ways to behave, and altering their sense of self, purpose, and community because of passionate, but not romanticized, attachments to animals.
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  4. The Future of Meat Without Animals.Brianne Donaldson & Christopher Carter (eds.) - 2016 - Rowman & Littlefield International.
    This volume provides historical, material, aesthetic, and philosophical explorations of plant-based and in vitro food products, including multi-disciplinary approaches from industry, academia, and food advocates.
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