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“Insofar as the Anthropocene refers to an epoch in which human beings have outsize influence on planetary processes, perhaps we shouldn’t strive for a “good” Anthropocene at all, in which new technologies shore up a human-centered world. Rather, it may be worth hastening the arrival of what theorist Benjamin Bratton has called the “post-Anthropocene,” in which “Homo sapiens is no longer the dominant geological actor.” Along these lines, we can imagine how automated, artificial landscapes might coincide with an amplification of plant and animal agencies.”

- Jason Rhys Parry [1]