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

Wednesday, January 13, 2016

And You May Find Yourself Living in an Age of Mass Extinction (video)

At ISCP, Brooklyn, January 12. Show begins about 33:45.


Julie said...

You were lecturing in Brooklyn and I didn't know??? I am CRUSHED!! :((((((

Anonymous said...

I was fortunate enough to be among those in attendance last night for a truly magical talk which made so many material connections between every thing-feeling-idea-state of mind-state of matter-state of indifference. Apologies for checking out unplanned-like during question time as I had a bit of an emergency in a case that had to be resolved for presentation first thing in the morning. The love for your ideas and the yearning to confront ecological collapse on a philosophical and political level in the audience was astounding and could be felt in the crowd

The the Russian guy sitting next to me had a great question concerning distance and light and boundary. I wanted to follow this in relation to Barad/Yusoff's work, wanted to hear more about the whole thing you brought up about Tim and not-Tim, Tibs/Tibble, Ship of Theseus thing and discuss my own area of interest concerning direct and constituent assemblies which include animal and plant actors agency, Searle, Latour, and persons as humans when the old ontologies of power are seen as collapsing.

Anyway you gave your audience so much to think about and construct responses. Amazing.

Julie said...