This concluding chapter formulates a critique of the present use of the term infrastructure and suggests that there is much to be gained from radically upsetting the concept. It reviews the concepts discussed in previous chapters and presents a new approach to infrastructure as something that resides beyond the visible spectrum of the state and the market. It also argues that the models of linking, sharing, and transporting may be theoretically and discursively accessible under certain conditions or relation of forces.
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