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Tequila_Wolf wrote

Layla is interesting. I don't know if it was because she didn't have much more time. And I understand the value of undermining anthropocentrism as well as her specific idea of rewilding, which seems to me to make sense. But it weirdly still had that strong lack of a politics of the human in its own focus on decentring the human, and what seemed to me to be a weak take on humanness insofar as people have been excluded from it. Then there was a kind of weird blame game where postcolonies were somehow supposed to get it all right and go anti-civ after liberation. And I have a pretty visceral distaste for this kind of anarchist. In part because I used to be one.