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

Thursday, October 27, 2011

Ecology without Nature in The New Yorker

This week's one (October 24, 2011), on page 65:

The very idea of “nature”—implying something exterior to humanity and human culture—may be inimical to true ecological thinking, which presupposes the interconnectedness of all things. In the eco-poetry of the future, we may, in the words of one eco-theorist, “have lost nature but gained ecology.”
That's the spirit! It's from page 200 of Ecology without Nature.

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