Vol. 6 No. 1 (2015): Occupations
It is impossible for us to occupy space, time, ourselves and our lives in an indifferent or apolitical manner: even proclaimed indifference is in itself a stance. We define ourselves and each other through the work that we do, the places that we live and visit, the things and people that occupy our thoughts. This is so much so that anxieties about others’ failures to occupy themselves properly are manifest, and often sit in contradiction with the ideals of different people or groups.