In urgent times, many of us are tempted to address trouble in terms of making an imagined future safe, of stopping something from happening that looms in the future, of clearing away the present and the past in order to make futures for coming generations. Staying with the trouble does not require such a relationship to times called the future. In fact, staying with the trouble requires learning to be truly present, not a s vanishing pivot between awful or edenic pasts and apocalyptic futures, but as moral critters entwined in myriad unfinished configurations of places, times, matters, meanings.
- Fra Staying with the Trouble av Donna J. Haraway
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