Tag: temporal agency

  • Beyond fast and slow: temporal ontology in critical higher education scholarship

    My notes on The Shifting Rhythms of Academic Work. On Education. Journal for Research and Debate, 1(3) In this short paper Fabian Cannizzo takes issue with an assumption he (plausibly) suggests underlies the vast majority of critical higher education literature, namely that “broad social transformations to the policy and organisational infrastructure of global academia have a […]

  • The Psychoanalytics of Temporising

    In my recent work, I’ve been writing a lot about ‘temporising’, a concept I borrowed from Margaret Archer’s work in the hope of developing it further. In the reflexivity sense, temporising involves trying to find a solution to a present dilemma through the exercise of temporal agency. I spoke earlier did this week at a […]