All Knowledge is Carnal Knowledge: A Correspondence

David B. Abram, David Jardine


What follows is a reconstruction of an e-mail correspondence that took place between November 1999 and February 2000 between a Canadian professor of education and an American philosopher and ecologist. This conversation glances through schools and mathematics and suggests, in the end, that even this seemingly most abstract of human disciplines just might be a (carnal) body of knowledge.

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