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Sympoietic Art Practice in Co-expressive Re-worlding with Hegel's "Vegetal Subject"
Journal of Posthumanism
"Sympoietic art practice", construed as co-creative making-together-with plants, contributes to posthumanist discourse by forming cross-species partnerships which re-configure exploitative relations with plants. The posthumanist commitment of sympoietic practice to live equitably with the more-than-human world is inherently opposed to the tradition of anthropocentrism widely associated with Hegel's idealization of reason and culture. But when Hegelian philosophy comingles with the radicallydoi:10.33182/jp.v1i2.1326 fatcat:6guddvayhjfvplwzhoyymqk2xa