INDEX
Activism, 121, 128–29, 211n3; and the
acad emy, 157, 196; and aggressive nihil-
ism, 168; and creativity, 134–35; and
passive nihilism, 166; and po liti cal
science, 178; and professionalism, 177.
See also Politics of swarming
Aesthetics: and evolutionary pro cess, 37,
158; and freedom, 61
Agency, 11–12, 20, 47–49; and creativ-
ity, 51–55, 60, 64–67, 78–81, 112; and
Deleuze, 110–11; and Nietz sche, 71–72,
110–11; and panexperientialism, 93,
97–98; and quantum experience,
97–98, 100–101; and sociocentrism,
30, 121, 184, 188; and teleology, 44; and
Whitehead, 108–11
Agonistic re spect: and pluralism, 143
Alley, Richard, 8
Amazonian cosmology, and Viveiros de
Castro, 94–97
Amazon ware house, 26, 202n17
Anthropocene, 3, 183, 215; and amplifiers,
4, 11, 32; and anger and joy, 74; and
capitalism, 3, 30–33, 92–93, 184; and
climate change, 90, 183; and com-
munism, 190; and creativity, 83–87;
and cross- regional strike, 146–49; and
eco- thinking, 13; and electoral poli-
tics, 123; and entangled humanism,
170; and Francis, 141–42; and general
strike, 131, 188; and golden spikes, 31–32;
and inflection points, 31–33; and
mythic, 7; and nihilism, 76, 120, 168;
and ocean con veyor system, 102; and
Orbis hypothesis, 31; and perspectiv-
ism, 96–97; and the planetary, 29–32;
and pluralist assemblage, 34–35, 139;
and powers of the false, 81; and reflec-
tive attachment, 119; and Schmittian
division, 138–39; and specific intel-
lectuals, 126–27; and spirituality, 141;
and surplus repression, 69, 76; and
swarming, 185; and war, 188
Anthropocentrism: and evolution, 38–40
Arendt, Hannah, 197, and sociocentrism,
29, 203n24
Arts of the self: and drives, 10, 13
“As if,” and version of panexperiential-
ism, 116–17
Attachment, 61; and belonging, 33; to
benevolent God, 149; and crisis, 130;
and electoral politics, 123; and ethic of
cultivation, 57; to existence, 8, 11–12,
61, 82, 84, 113, 148, 185; and planetary,
22; and pluralist assemblage, 121; and
reflective, 86, 119. See also Belonging
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