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

Thursday, July 2, 2015

The Last Night

...and speaking of Campagna, if you haven't read this, then you might want to, a lot. It's so lucidly written, and it shares a lot with some of my more recent thoughts. If you look you'll see that there is a new, really well done way of writing left prose. I was blown away by Bifo's new book (pun not intended, oops).

1 comment:

cgerrish said...

Nice Book, I'm really enjoying it. Raises the question about how politics seems to be limited to replacing a Whole with a different Whole. Any politics that aims for something less than a new Whole is critiqued for not doing so. Incomplete. But what about this idea of putting together a new set up of Parts that don't add up to a Whole? Causing parts to veer in a slightly different direction. Misreading the labels on parts on purpose.

There's some kind of connection here to Eileen Joy's Let Us Now Stand Up for Bastards