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"As prismatic points arrayed around questions of theory and method, these exceptional essays provide very precise contexts in which modes of thought and being and problematics of futures literally take shape. They pull into line with their subjects, moving sideways to follow them, getting out of their way, listening, noticing. Each ending up with a striking image. Making powerful interventions into basic problematics of anthropological subjects and objects, Unfinished is a major contribution to cultural theory." — Kathleen Stewart, author of Ordinary Affects
"A rich, timely, and important work, Unfinished articulates the philosophical terms of an approach to anthropology that attends to becoming and generativity in life in a number of ethnographic contexts. By creatively exploring and employing the formation of Gilles Deleuze's ideas, Unfinished offers an integrative relation between philosophical theory and anthropological thought in superbly original and lasting ways." — Robert Desjarlais, author of Subject to Death: Life and Loss in a Buddhist World
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