Anderson, B. (2016) 'Critique and ontological politics.', Dialogues in human geography., 6 (1). pp. 19-22.
In this commentary, I explore three questions in response to Simon and Randalls’ emphasis on the ‘resilience multiple’: how to understand the endurance of the general, as it folds with and into the singular; how might an ontological politics concerned with the coming to form of realities deal with processes of unbecoming; and what becomes of critique as practice and ethos in the midst of a concern with ontological multiplicity.
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