Posts Tagged ‘timothy morton’

Polygraph: 22 Ecology and Ideology is out now. It is available for order on amazon. The issue includes pieces from Zizek, Michael Hardt, Anthony Paul Smith, Timothy Morton and myself among others. The introduction and several pieces are available as pdf at the link above. Looking at the contributions and thinking back on my own, […]

I am pleased to announce that Professor Timothy Morton will co-edit Thinking Nature. The fact that we have similar interests in nature and ecology but very different views should generate a divergent issue. Please submit to the CFP below. Thinking Nature Issue 1 Call for Papers Authors are invited to submit articles for Thinking Nature […]

Timothy Morton’s Ecology without Nature is a fairly disappointing text. In many ways it reads like notes on postmodern theory which vaguely concern nature or, more specifically the aesthetics of nature. As Paul has noted here Morton’s classification of nature leaves something to be desired as he calls nature transcendental (14) and furthermore that nature […]