This is clearly a vast group of subjects copy 2 copy
This is clearly a vast group of subjects, therefore I will
quickly cover a lot of ground, especially from my starting
point. My discussion starts with blood and the body, as
well as a few analogies for the social world that are
uncovered via research on blood. I owe a debt of gratitude
to Mol and Law’s investigation of “regions, networks, and
fluids” in connection to anemia for providing the means
by which I was able to reach to the bottom of the question
of precisely what constitutes a society (1994).
They get into the discussion with an intriguing question.
Where in the body should we conceive of their being
anemia if we are dealing with someone who suffers from
anemia? Where exactly can one locate it?