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Revista Polis e Psique

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GALINDO, Dolores  and  MILIOLI, Danielle. Psychology and etologies: some contributions from Deleuze, Haraway and Despret. Rev. Polis Psique [online]. 2020, vol.10, n.1, pp. 63-84. ISSN 2238-152X.

This article, of a theoretical nature, aims to address contributions by Donna Haraway, Vincianne Despret and Gilles Deleuze in alliance with Félix Guattari to think of etologies, which adopt in the plural, Etologies, an end-of-life as singularities of the same values by which they are. Animals are thought and inserted into narratives about their practices in the world and about how the landscapes in which humans and animals are exposed and subjectivated. We therefore went through two fields of study. On the one hand, the Philosophy of Difference with a proposal of ethology of affects and powers and others, such as Feminist Epistemologies in Science and Technology that emphasize as daily practices of animals entangled in understandings of nature. The relationships between humans and animals are transversal that contribute authors to think about Etologies.

Keywords : Animals; Psychology; Ethology.

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