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

Monday, September 26, 2011

My Essay in Continent

“Objects as Temporary Autonomous Zones.” Just published, in the new issue, with an essay by Graham too.

3 comments:

karen said...

Bingo.

My favorite lines:

We are indeed approaching something like the political valance of autonomy. The existence of an object is irreducibly a matter of coexistence.

Anarchist politics is the creation of fresh objects in a reality without a top or a bottom object, or for that matter a middle object:

There is nothing special to think, no special critique that will get rid of the stains of coexistence.

I feel a remix coming on.

ai said...

And a response over here: http://blog.uvm.edu/aivakhiv/2011/10/02/mortons-poetry/

Wonderful piece, Tim.

Timothy Morton said...

Thanky you Adrian, that's very nice of you.