Matters of Care (2017, University of Minnesota Press) 5 stars

...worms and other beings do take care of our waste even if they don’t commit intentionally to it. That relations are not reciprocally symmetrical doesn’t make them less vibrant with ethicality. What makes someone feel ethically obliged to worms can only be found in the grounded transformation of everyday practices that ravel asymmetrical modes of mutual obligation.

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Wormy networks of care.