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By Lara Douds. Thus, for Cooper, for successful conceptual lines to develop through everyday utopias, recognition of transformed ways of thinking and being are crucial.
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The constant shifting between imagination and actualization means that practices are beyond solely linguistic registers; they are embodied, and felt as much as—or more than—spoken and discussed. Further, the utopias of the case studies are not fully transformed spheres; if they were, they would be fully integrated into social life. It is their more marginal status that marks them as potential sites of social transformation, and therefore bases for conceptual innovation—concepts, again, as emerging practice as much as ideational.
In the empirical chapters that follow this theoretically rich exploration of conceptualization itself, Cooper upends conventional modes of understanding and analysis by pairing a familiar social concept—such as touch, equality, care feminist ethics , trading, property, and markets—with each of her six case Project MUSE promotes the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through collaboration with libraries, publishers, and scholars worldwide.
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