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

Monday, May 10, 2010

Implications of Textuality Presentation

Here is the presentation accompanying the talk at UCSC.

Implications of Textuality Presentation

2 comments:

Michael said...

Hi,

Sorry for the unrelated comment, but...

On a recent drive from Salt Lake City to Edmonton, Alberta, I listened to almost all the podcasts of "Literature and the Environment." Needless to say, my head hurts in the best possible way.

I just ordered The Ecological Thought, and can't wait to start reading it. I'm absolutely fascinated by the idea of DNA as algorithm, fractals, the cantor set, etc. I would very much like to read more on the topic. Are there any books on the topic you would recommend?

Also, are there any plans to podcast any more classes? I, and all your Canadian fans, would love it.

Timothy Morton said...

Hi Anon,

Benoit Mandelbrot's Fractal Geometry of Nature would be a very good place to start. Nothing like going to the source.

I shall indeed be podcasting again, probably next fall.

Thanks so much for the very kind message.