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Thinking habits for uncertain subjects: movement, stillness, susceptibility

Bissell, David


Stillness occupies an ambivalent position in a world of flows. Opening up space required for reflective, contemplative thought, stillness is often posited as a vital supplement to movement. Yet, in spite of its reverence as a cornerstone of moral responsibility and a key technic of modernity, reflective thought is now taken to be just one modality of thinking amongst many others that compose the body. This paper explores what happens to the capacities of reflective thought when gathered into a...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2011
Type: Journal article
Source: Environment and Planning A
DOI: 10.1068/a43589


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