My next named lecture here in the US of A will be at the College of William and Mary, where the organizer wants me to say nice things about OOO. Which I'm always happy to do.
My talk is called “X-Existence,” and it's to do with road testing my new book project.
I love road testing my stuff. It makes it what it is, because the lecture theater is your lab if you do philosophy. Thinking is physical (pacing up and down and gesticulating) and interactive (q&a is the best, as are interviews, and dialogues--hi Olafur!).
My opener will be that to understand OOO we need to add Double X, hahaha. I shan't be explaining it here :)