“Capitalists and socialists have been fighting for more than a century to get hold of the famous ‘means of production’, all the while being in agreement on the core matter, namely that production constitutes our materiality and that we are obliged to produce in order to feed ourselves. This is why, since the beginning of the pandemic, all leaders—whether they are capitalists, communists or ecologists—have wanted to ‘restart production’. But none of these regimes takes into account our links with the other-than-human world because they don’t think they live alongside them, or rather they consider these to be ‘secondary’ to the production that is supposed to constitute our materiality.”
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