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

Monday, June 4, 2012

Romanticism 22: Frankenstein (MP3)



Stephanie Galasso, undergrad extraordinaire, was there (good luck at Brown!). I prowled up and down and growled a bit, about undeath. And Blade Runner (natch).

3 comments:

Nick Guetti said...

Tim, I'm not sure you're a person. Sometimes you sound more like a crack between appearance and reality. Actually, you sound like that more frequently than any person I know, so with you I'm REALLY not sure.

Thanks. It's great to hear this. Over the last year or so I've been getting more familiar with these ideas, and they seem to work very well. It inspires me to start writing again.

Jimmy Holohan said...

I love the image of somebody smoking a rolled-up Mona Lisa as an attempt to grasp the beautiful. This must be the reasoning behind those student accommodation posters depicting Mona Lisa smoking a spliff. Clearly a Kantian thing.

Jimmy Holohan said...

I love the image of somebody smoking a rolled-up Mona Lisa as an attempt to grasp the beautiful. This must be the reasoning behind those student accommodation posters depicting Mona Lisa smoking a spliff. Clearly a Kantian thing.