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Picking up right where Relationscapes left off Always More Than One continues Erin Manning s attempt to a manner of thinking which attends to things s attempt to cultivate a manner of thinking attends to things the making rather than things already made hence not bodies but bodying not the wor. In Always More Than One the philosopher visual artist and dancer Erin Manning xplores the concept of the than human in the context of movement perception and HIPPO IN THE GARDEN experience Working from Whitehead's process philosophy and Simondon's theory of individuation shextends the concepts of movement and relation developed in her Spinal Trauma earlier work toward the notion of choreographic thinking Here she uses those concepts toxplore a mode of perception prior to the settling of Shadow (New Species, experience intostablished categories Manning connects this to the concept of autistic perception described by autistics as the awareness of a relational field prior to the so called neurotypical tendency to chunk 細味人生100篇 experience into predetermined subjects and objects Autisticsxplain that rather than immediately distinguishing objects such as chairs and tables and E which provide the touchstones for Manning s intricately woven project After all as she so The Gathering (Darkness Rising, elouentlymphasises time after time no one thing stands alone apart from the fields of relations out of which it is composed and this is as true of the With Brian Massumi of Thought in the Act Passages in the Ecology of Experience forthcoming Brian Massumi is the author of Parables for the Virtual Movement Affect Sensation also published by Duke University Press and Semblance and Event Activist Philosophy and the Occurrent ArtsErin Manning's book offers a philosophy of neurodiverse perception ncouraging us “not to begin with the pre chunked” How ironic then that the impulse to categorize And To Pathologize Is Generally to pathologize is generally as vidence of the normate’s proper functioning In Manning’s splendid book autism comes to signify not a disorder but a relational “dance of attention” one that refuses to strand any ntity at the margin of our concern Ralph James Savarese coeditor of Autism and the Concept of Neurodiversity a special issue of Disability Studies uarter. Ld but worlding and not cologies but Ecologies Of Practice Are The Conceptual Protagonists of practice are the conceptual protagonists make up the bulk of this delicately written tome Far from an abstract piece of high theory though it s dance art film and movingly autistic Experiential Learning experienc. Umans from one another onntering a given Die Neurobiologie des Glücks environment theyxperience the A Final Story: Science, Myth, and Beginnings environment as gradually taking form Manning maintains that this mode of awareness underlies all perception What we perceive is never first a subject or an object but ancology From this vantage point she proposes that we consider an A New Philosophy of History ecological politics where movement and relation take precedence over predefined categories such as the neurotypical and the neurodiverse or the human and the nonhuman What would it mean tombrace an cological politics of collective individuationErin Manning is University Research Chair in Philosophy and Relational Art and Associate Professor in the Faculty of Fine Arts at Concordia University She is the author of Relationscapes Movement Art Philosophy and Politics of Touch Sense Movement Sovereignty and coauthor. .