In the pages that follow I will address the topic of this special issue, inclusions, moving from some insights that I draw from Border as Method as well as my work on the politics of logistics. In its basic terms inclusion refers to the act of making a part of a structure or a group and, from the Latin word includere, to confine. In geology, this is expressed in clear terms as inclusion means a body of distinct composition embedded in rocks or other materials.
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