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Thomas Nail, The Figure of the Migrant – now published from Stanford University Press (and sample to download)
Source: Thomas Nail, The Figure of the Migrant – now published from Stanford University Press (and sample to download)
Call for Abstracts True Detective and Philosophy Edited by Jacob Graham & Tom Sparrow The Blackwell Philosophy and Pop Culture Series Please circulate and post widely. Apologies for cross-posting. To propose ideas for future volumes in the Blackwell series please … Continue reading
Originally posted on southern nights:
Finally able to begin a back log of reading material that I’ve put off for several months. Several works in the past year or so have come out dealing with Speculative Realism (SR). Four…
When Tim Hyde reviewed my book The End of Phenomenology back February, it was clear to me that he found it only lukewarm. That’s fine with me, and I’m not going to answer his criticism point by point. One point continues … Continue reading
In the latest issue of Philosophy in Review. As I mentioned to Andrew, this is likely the only time that my name will appear alongside Virgil’s in the same text.
Paul Ennis reviews Maurizio Ferraris’s Introduction to New Realism in Review 31.
Find it HERE. Thanks to Carlos Lema for informing me about this.
It’s been in the works for quite a while now, but I can now say that my book Plastic Bodies: Rebuilding Sensation After Phenomenology is now published! You can buy it at Amazon ($18) or download it for free at the Opens … Continue reading