Companion Elephants and New Grounds for Multinatural Conservation
Chapter one develops the concept of wildlife as a replacement for Nature for conservation. It does so through a discussion of the four themes of hybridity, nonhuman agency, immanence and topology. It presents wildlife as a multiple, subsuming a number of discordant ontologies. This argument is illustrated with reference to Asian elephants.
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