devenir -humus o sentadas a la mesa, todo tipo de especies y de géneros, comiendo y siendo comidas

por Juan Pablo Anaya

“From Proto-Germanic and Old English, guman later became human, but both come soiled with the earth and its critters, rich in humus, humaine, earthly beings as opposed to the gods. In Hebrew, Adam is from adamah or ‘ground’. The historical linguistic gender tone of guman, like human and man, is masculine/universal; but in SF worlding adam, guman, adamah become more a microbiome of fermenting critters of many genders and kinds, i.e. companion species, at table together, eating and being eaten, messmates, compost.” (Haraway, 2016, p.16)