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Samuel M. Clevenger, Oliver Rick, and Jacob Bustad

historical moment witnessing the consequences of human-led environmental destruction, the recent media coverage has too often normalized the logic of uber-sport through a discourse of anthropocentrism : framing the suspension of traditional sporting events as a sudden “crisis” caused by an unforeseen force

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Katelyn Esmonde and Shannon Jette

humans and non-humans can exert agency, if agency is considered an ability to “make some difference to a state of affairs” ( Latour, 2005 , p. 52). To move beyond anthropocentrism, for sociomaterialist theories, is to recognize the interlocking, rhizomatic systems of forces that complicate causation and

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Brian P. McCullough, Madeleine Orr, and Timothy Kellison

supported with two core arguments—one grounded in ecocentrism, the other in anthropocentrism. Ecocentrism puts the focus on the importance and value of nature and posits that we should preserve and protect nature because of its innate value. Conversely, anthropocentrism puts humans at the center of the

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Samantha King and Gavin Weedon

meat: Anthropocentrism, indistinction, and veganism . Dialectical Anthropology, 38 ( 4 ), 415 – 429 . doi:10.1007/s10624-014-9349-y 10.1007/s10624-014-9349-y Cannon , G. ( 2005 ). The rise and fall of dietetics and of nutrition science, 4000 BCE–2000 CE . Public Health Nutrition, 8 ( 6A

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Garrett Bunyak

normative health dictates seem to mirror those directed at human bodies to produce leanness, physical “beauty” and productivity. As with the case of “obesity” in the veterinary sciences, “looping stories of fatphobia, anthropocentrism, bio-profit and techno-science have the potential to entangle millions of

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Julie E. Brice

spacetimemattering, to think about feminist politics and the production of femininity within the activewear phenomenon. Arising in part from a critique of anthropocentrism (a focus on human interests over other species, animals, and nonhuman matter) and logocentrism (privileging of human language and texts), which