Category Archives: Tristan Garcia

New issue of Parrhesia – Meillssoux, Garcia, Klossowski, Ivakhiv, Tropes of Transport etc.

New issue of Parrhesia: A Journal of Critical Philosophy just out – includes work by Quentin Meillassoux, Tristan Garcia, Pierre Klossowski on Walter Benjamin, a review panel of Katrin Pahl’s Tropes of Transport: Hegel and Emotion, a piece by Adrian Ivakhiv on the objects-processes debate in … 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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More books received

The Pluto ones are for review work, and a couple of others are review copies. More interesting reading here.

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Graham Harman on Tristan Garcia

Graham Harman has written an interesting and detailed review essay on Tristan Garcia, concentrating on Forme et objet, at Berfrois. Forme et objet has been sitting in my amazon.fr basket for a while – this piece convinced me I should … Continue reading

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Graham Harman on Tristan Garcia

Substantial review essay of Forme et objet here

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