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Video of Tim Morton speaking about Hegel, Ecology, Aesthetics.
Morton with a critical point against Deep Ecology (and for OOO): In a vacuum the mouse would remain a mouse. It would just be a dead mouse. (103)
I’ve also been reading through Morton’s Ecology without Nature. One of the things that I find compelling in his analysis of ‘ecomimesis’ (nature writing) is his deployment of an ‘ambient poetics’ (this is, I think, his term). Ecomimesis involves a … Continue reading