Several simultaneous developments force us to reconsider our place as humans in nature, on this globe and in this world. The anthropocentric outlook, in which we see humans as central to knowing and transforming the world, seems more and more a recipe for disaster. The globally influential philosopher Rosi Braidotti has for many years theorized a posthuman future. But what does such a posthuman vision involve? And what would it mean for an academic organisation like Wageningen University to learn from such a stance?
This series is organised in collaboration with the Cultural Geography (GEO) chair group of Wageningen University & Research.