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The chapter argues that indifference can be the basis for an interspecies ethics. It focuses on touch and tactility to demonstrate that touch is a kind of exposure to the world that generates receptivity. Being indifferent to touch, rather than invested in either purity or danger, the humans and nonhuman animals who populate the chapter practice a creaturely way of being.

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