“Loving the alien”: a manifesto that is post–post-human

“Loving the alien”: a manifesto that is post–post-human

Esposito points out, “for life to keep as a result, it should submit it self to an alien force that, or even totally aggressive, at the very least inhibits its development” (Esposito 2013 , p. 8)

Aliens have never specially discovered a hospitable milieu within the group of conditions of life that individuals call “The Earth”. Popular tradition happens to be rife with alien visitations, and conspiracy theories are abound with inexplicable phenomena, oddities, “strange stuff”, puzzles and paradoxes, which gesture towards alternative realities and visitations by “things” perhaps not with this world. The trope of visitation presumes an entity maybe maybe maybe not for this world, which encroaches and also disrupts what might count as life, and especially types of life, which can challenge sense that is human and grids of intelligibility. The alien exists during the nexus of various scales of matter, like the planetary, biological therefore the popular, disclosing a cosmos that surpasses present systems of idea in addition to displacing the individual from the apparent centre. Continue reading ““Loving the alien”: a manifesto that is post–post-human”