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„The categories for subjects are part of the problem. I have stressed kin making and family membership but rejected all the names of human kin for these dogs, especially the name „children“. I have stressed dogs as workers and commodities but rejected  the analogies of wage labor, slavery, dependend ward, and nonliving property. I have insisted that dogs are made to be models and technologies, patients and reformers, consumers and breedwealth, but I am needy for ways to specify these matters in nonhumanist terms in which specific difference is at least as crucial as continuity and similarities across kinds“. (Haraway, When Species Meet, p.66)

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