Category Archives: Graham Harman

Adrian Johnston interviewed by Graham Harman

At the EUP site, Adrian Johnston is interviewed by Graham Harman, mainly about his latest book Adventures in Transcendental Materialism (via Graham’s blog). When you’re done with that, you can also check out Peter Gratton’s interview with Adrian at the Society and … Continue reading

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Graham Harman, Quentin Meillassoux – second edition forthcoming

Given the subtitle of the book – Philosophy in the Making – the analysis was always going to be outstripped by the work being produced and translated. So it is good news that Graham Harman’s book on Quentin Meillassoux is … Continue reading

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Graham Harman interviews with Levi Bryant and Tristan Garcia’s translators

Two interesting interviews to accompany the EUP book series. Mark Allan Ohm and Jon Cogburn about their translation of Tristan Garcia’s Form and Object. Levi Bryant on his new book Onto-Cartography. You can read the introductions to these, and Adrian Johnston’s … Continue reading

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Garcia, Johnston, Bryant – Speculative Realism book introductions online

Edinburgh University Press has posted the introductions to three books in the Speculative Realism series edited by Graham Harman: Tristan Garcia’s Form and Object (here), Adrian Johnston’s Adventures in Transcendental Materialism (here), and Levi Bryant’s Onto-Cartography (here). Thanks to New APPS and Levi’s Larval Subjects blog … Continue reading

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“Interview with Stuart Elden” at Groundwork

Another interview with me, conducted by Jordan Skinner, has been published at the Groundwork site – a blog run by past and present students of the Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy at Kingston University. It ranges widely across … Continue reading

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Figure/Ground Communication interview with Graham Harman

A new Figure/Ground Communication interview with Graham Harman. Interesting comments, especially on Latour and the Anthropocene, and some detail on his forthcoming books.

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Parrhesia issue 16 out

Open access and available to download here. Includes essays by Graham Harman, Tristan Garcia, Quentin Meillassoux, Marie-Eve Morin on Jean-Luc Nancy, etc. (via Graham Harman’s blog)

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Harman on Nancy, Badiou, Heidegger, Latour

Graham Harman has been providing links to some of his papers “On Interface: Nancy’s Weights and Masses” “Bruno Latour and the Politics of Nature” “Badiou’s Relation to Heidegger in Theory of the Subject” All links via his Object-Orientated Philosophy blog.

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Speculative Medievalisms e-book

The Speculative Medievalisms books is now available to for free download or to buy in print. If you do download, consider leaving a donation – free access does not mean no cost to produce. I was at one of the … Continue reading

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Continent annual

Papers from the Continent journal in book form from Punctum – download here. Thanks to Graham Harman for the alert – also includes pieces by Tim Morton, Alain Badiou, Michael O’Rourke, Ben Woodard…

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