Vol. 8 (2022): post(s) 8

Las tres figuras de la geontología

Publicado 2022-12-15

Palabras clave

  • geontología,
  • geontopoder,
  • biopolítico

Cómo citar

Povinelli, E. . (2022). Las tres figuras de la geontología. Post(s), 8(1), 22–45. https://doi.org/10.18272/posts.v8i8.2847


“The Three Figures of Geontology” es el primer capítulo del libro Geontologies: a Requiem to Late Liberalism, publicado por Duke University Press en 2016.


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