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|Autographic Praxis: An Infrapolitical Adventure
|Cerrato M & Baker P (2023) Autographic Praxis: An Infrapolitical Adventure [Autographic Praxis]. <i>Angelaki</i>, 30 (6).
|The article is an experiment in autographic writing that addresses the question of the role of autography in infrapolitics, thereby clarifying the stakes of autography as a praxis, without turning to a methodological discussion—whether theoretical or prescriptive. It engages critically with the traditional modes of academic praxis and explores an alternative, interactive way of writing as the necessary complement to a novel approach to existential thinking concerned with the possibility of freedom – that is, infrapolitics. By using different yet not distinct voices, this writing experiment aims to foreground the trans-autographic connection at stake in autography as a necessary condition of thinking.
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