object-oriented philosophy

l'Appareil Vocal [the Vocal Apparatus]. Ink on paper. 1916. Anon/Ferdinand de Saussure. From Cours de Linguistique Générale.

Quentin Meillassoux in English at the Speculative Realism Conference (Episode 5)

(Note: Audio quality improves after the first few minutes of the lecture!)
 
 

Graham Harman's Object Lesson (Episode 4)

Philosopher Graham Harman, one of the major figures in the philosophical movement known as speculative realism, talks about object-oriented philosophy and his book The Quadruple Object. We also chat about Bruno Latour, the Egyptian revolution, Foucault, Freud, animal rights, and whether or not guns kill people.

 

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