Are any species killable?
This chapter describes the “desingularization” that defines the systematic human slaughter of animals, the ontological rupture between human and animal that considers the significance of their deaths incomparable, and the effacement of the reality of killing. The author draws on Donna Haraway’s concept of “making killable” to explore practices of ignorance, honouring, and recognition of animal death under capitalism
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