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One such stream is the move from notions of the body, especially notions of the body as a privileged centre of perception, to embodiment, in which carnality becomes a field which only ever has a partial grip on the world and which constantly interacts with other fields, mimetically and otherwise. The second is the increasing attention to the object world. In traditions like actor-network theory, for example, thought itself always comes heavily equipped, 19 I NTRODUCTION surrounded by a vast apparatus of devices and metrics which are not incidental but through a series of mediated shifts produce their own object.
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