Posts Tagged ‘object-oriented philosophy’

In his First Outline of a System of the Philosophy of Nature Schelling makes a fairly Bohrian statement.  Discussing the relation of freedom to nature Schelling discusses the experiment as how science invades  nature via a question with an implied judgement which produces a phenomenon (196-197).  The difference that is immediately noticeable is that Schelling […]

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 […]