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On Forms and Lines of Flight – Non Profit News

Kenneth Bailey is the co-founder of the Design Studio for Social Intervention (DS4SI). His new book (co-authored with DS4SI) is entitled Ideas-Arrangements-Effects: Systems Design and Social Justice. In this video, he reminds us of the work of political theorists Gilles Delezue and Feliz Guattari when he says, “We don’t need to have one line of flight toward liberation.” He calls for a wider definition of forms: “When we find ourselves in conflict, we think that it’s us, and often it’s the form—the form has produced the thing, because the form affords a certain thing.”



Originally Published by nonprofitquarterly.org

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