I saw this:
As someone who likes computer programming, I am intrigued by new ideas for computer programming languages. This claim seem to go with an idea to bring "feminist philosophy" to bear on the construction of a programming language, and I'm curious about that. They say:
The idea came about while discussing normative and feminist subject object theory. I realized that object oriented programmed [sic] reifies normative subject object theory. This led me to wonder what a feminist programming language would look like, one that might allow you to create entanglements (Karen Barad Posthumanist Performativity).
Can anyone give a good and accessible description of what this notion of "entanglement" is, exactly? The author cites some feminist philosopher "Karen Barad"'s work on the subject. I tried to read that paper but it was extremely opaque and loaded with jargon terms I was not able to decipher. I also found some other papers by the same author that looked like they might be about it but found them similarly opaque. Now that doesn't mean it's false, just because I don't understand it. But I'd like to. Is it possible to give a more accessible description of this concept?
I want to point out that despite the mention of programming languages, this IS a philosophy question, since I am asking about the philosophical concept(s) mentioned, not about any possible application to programming languages.
(I used the tags I used just because I couldn't think of anything more appropriate that would cover "feminism", but they could be all wrong. I just needed to add tags to get it to post -- I really could not decide on which ones to use. Feel free to change them if you need to.)