Can one live with the heart of a pig?
This chapter explores the interspecies links and transactions that constitute a singular life, from cross-species organ transplants to bacterial symbiosis and its life-giving gene transfers. The author draws on Donna haraway, Lynn Margulis, and Dorian Sagan to argue that the fundamental condition of being human is always a being with—and within—others of different species.
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