Archive for January, 2010



Here are a few very interesting posts which I noticed far too long after the fact. Himanshu Damle’s excellent post on Nature between Grant. Two posts at Avoiding the void on Nature. In more recent posts… Levi has two very interesting posts on his system versus Graham’s as well as some comments on potentiality and powers […]

Both Graham and Levi respond to my previous post. Levi makes the case that OOO/OOP is doing well because it has produced, and will continue to produce, useful research projects. It’s of course no surprise that a philosophy of objects has useful pragmatic output but this fact is still, as I said before, connected to […]

The new year invites all sorts of retrospective instincts and it’s odd to see that this blog was the Zizek and Badiou show from 2007 to mid 2008 when SR started to seep in. Speculative Heresy was formed in July of 2008 and I shifted to the nature philosophy strain in late 2008 to early 2009. Though […]

From the recent interview which has been making the rounds: “The first problem is that the word ‘speculative’ actually means something quite specific in the context of post-Kantian Idealism: it refers to a type of philosophy (of which Hegel is perhaps the supreme exemplar) that proceeds on the basis of the ‘speculative’ identification of thinking […]


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