«Sabers materials». Intraaccionar el nou materialisme de Van der Tuin amb el realisme agencial de Karen Barad

Beatriz Revelles-Benavente

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Aquest article proposa una discussió sobre la teoria del nou materialisme entès per Iris van der Tuin conjuntament amb la teoria del realisme agencial de Karen Barad. L’objectiu principal d’aquest enfocament és trobar pràctiques diferencials que ajudin a construir un gir cap al que s’anomena ontologia relacional, en la qual ètica, epistemologia, ontologia i metodologia s’entenen com a inseparables. Aquest nou paradigma transversal genera genealogies de filosofies minoritàries i teories feministes per entendre la matèria com un entrellaçament dinàmic, agencial i relacional on pràctiques humanes i no humanes intraaccionen d’una manera igualitària. Així doncs, el nou materialisme i el realisme agencial produeixen un punt de partida diferent per generar coneixement que, en lloc de pensar a través d’entitats clarament diferenciades, parteixen d’aquestes relacions com a processos dinàmics inseparables. A més d’oferir un acostament a la matèria com a agent actiu, aquestes teories s’emparen en un enfocament afirmatiu del procés de construcció teòrica, alteren la noció clàssica de linealitat i s’allunyen de binaris dicotòmics.

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nou materialisme; feminisme contemporani; realisme agencial; lectures difractives; crítica afirmativa; linealitat queer

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