– Rosi Braidotti – The Ethics of Becoming Imperceptible

In this essay I will explore the eco-philosophical aspects of the ethics of becoming,

with reference to the project of nomadic subjectivity and sustainability. The urge that

prompts this investigation is not only abstract, but also very practical.  Nomadic

philosophy mobilizes one’s affectivity and enacts the desire for in-depth

transformations in the status of the kind of subjects we have become.  Such in-depth

changes, however, are at best demanding and at worst painful processes. My political

generation, that of the baby-boomers, has had to come to terms with this harsh reality,

which put a check on the intense and often fatal impatience that characterizes those

who yearn for change.

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