Posts Tagged ‘Graham Harman’

The seemingly unstoppable juggernaut known as object oriented philosophy continues to make its way across the wastes of the blogosphere.  Levi has written a particularly interesting piece here addressing change and the withdrawnness of objects in particular.  In regards to identity Levi writes: “the identity of the Ship of Tarsus is not based on its […]

Speculative Realism is first and foremost a philosophy of depth: For Brassier it is the hopeless depth of nihil, for Harman the demanding depth of objects, for Grant the seething depth of nature and for Meillassoux it is the depth of Hyper-chaos. In this sense the speculative realist has a downward momentum into the abyss […]