Tag Archives: object-oriented philosophy

the harmanesque in bennett

When I mentioned a few posts ago that I’m finding Jane Bennett’s Vibrant Matter somewhat reminiscent of the object-oriented philosophy of Graham Harman, I had passages like this in mind: ‘In this assemblage, objects appeared as things, that is, as … Continue reading

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rebuilding sensation, pt. 1

This post stands as the first in a series of posts about the concept of sensation. Nothing like a history of the concept of sensation, save Daniel Heller-Roazen’s marvelous┬áThe Inner Touch (Zone 2007), exists. Unless I am mistaken. There is … Continue reading

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