Ennis amends his interview at Figure/Ground

Paul Ennis, who was recently interviewed at Figure/Ground, has posted some clarifying remarks that address some ambiguities in his interview. Specifically, they address some of the things he had to say about speculative realism as a movement, its threat to the hegemony of antirealism in continental philosophy, and the seriousness of its work.


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