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ahmed and recognising systems

Sara Ahmed is a remarkable writer. She writes in loops and tangles of words in which the words start to behave (or mean things) differently. It’s dizzying, simply, beautiful and challenging.

Here she is on systems:

You come against a system when you point out a system. When there is a system those who benefit from the system do not want to recognise that system.

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