Nature is not natural and can never be naturalized — Graham Harman

Monday, May 23, 2011

Object-Oriented Ontology Graduate Class Video

At Dunedin School of Art, May 22, 2011. Courtesy of Sophie Jerram and Su Ballard and Douglas Kahn, the good people of Dunedin and a host of others.



5 comments:

geographyofobjects said...

Good one from TIm. A primer on link of ecology without nature to OOO. And delivered at a cool enough pace too to be taken in with one play through.

Ta meistro

David

Timothy Morton said...

Why thank you David. That's very nice of you. Nice looking beginnings of a blog there btw.

Kent Löfgren said...

The term ontology has many meaning, as you guys know. I put together a short film to describe it:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XTsaZWzVJ4c
Hope it can be of some use to web surfers.

Alex Barton said...

Hello, thanks for a wonderful introduction to OOO. I was wondering, that with your current understanding of OOO, (eg the ability to think about ecology without nature- which is no easy task) does this have a direct effect on the way that you experience daily life?

Sam Scott said...

The body is a war and a peace - Nietzsche