- coordinated by Ingmar Lippert
- Keynote by Lucy Suchman
- Discussant Isabelle Mauz
- Jürgen Hauber; commented by Anonymous Practitioner
- Silvia Bruzzone; commented by Liana Müller
- Liana Müller; commented by Silvia Bruzzone
- Anonymous Practitioner and Ingmar Lippert; commented by Jürgen Hauber
In the received view, environmental management presupposes plans and ideas: management has objectives, such as reaching a specific point or reaching a dynamic trajectory around a certain state. Two examples should suffer: the former might be the re-introduction of a specific species; or an example for the kind of target might be ensuring a specified continuing yield of resources. In response, critics conceptualise a rationality, mostly imagined as a singular but multi-backgrounded phenomenon - such as The Western, Capitalist and/or Masculine rationality of Rational Control/ (and opposed to an Ecological Rationality/) - which is heralded by hegemonic players.