Being and Motion puts forth a new conceptual and ontological framework of analysis that begins with the primacy of motion. Indeed, the early twenty-first century has already shown itself to be an age defined increasingly by motion—by migration and global mobility, by kinetic theories of quantum fields, and by the mobility of the digital image. This short conclusion highlights the main theses put forward by this book and reviews what we have gained from them, their limitations, and what directions they have opened for future research. The conclusion looks at the five main theses of the book, the consequences of these theses, the limitations of the book as a whole, and the areas of future research.
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