It's been a while since I last posted an excerpt from the magazine for teachers of teachers, Teachers College Record, published by the folks at the Teachers College of Columbia University.
From Education Out of Bounds: Reimagining Cultural Studies for a Posthuman Age:
"Exopedagogy therefore is both the means and end to a particular posthumanist vocation irreducible to professional occupation but taking over the whole space located out of bounds yet permeated with a new vision of untimely love together with the new image of thought and posthumanist education." (emphasis in original)
By the way, what's the probability that the above grouping of words -- the concluding sentence of the article -- holds any operational meaning?