This chapter addresses the challenge critical posthumanities is faced with to contextualise the now and recognise “the complexities of the posthuman predicament,” in order to be able to adequately respond to those living conditions of contemporary times within higher education pedagogies. It is done, first, by indicating two tendencies that both contextualise “our today” as a land of otherwise, and second, by offering a response to thus defined “our today”: care as a methodology. The latter conceptualisation is thought of as a way of “[cooking] values and facts together as part of one brew” in an effort to bring together knowledge production and care in higher education. It is introduced through a diffractive reading of Natalie Jeremijenko’s experimental artwork and scholarly work by Vinciane Despret.