Can the master's house be dismantled using the same tools that created it (Lorde, 1983)?

The words currently used to "speak nature," limit the ways in which we can "think nature" and experience our embodied enmeshment with it (see Davies 2000b; Davies & Whitehouse, 1997, 2000; Haraway, 2000; Somerville, 1999, 2004; Whitehouse, 2000, 2002) – yet they are, in most instances, the most frequently used tools for analyzing and representing research knowledge. What happens if I use the phrase "more-than-human person"?