Category Archives: Graham Harman

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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Jeffrey Jerome Cohen’s Introduction to Prismatic Ecologies

Jeffrey Jerome Cohen has shared his draft introduction to a book entitled Prismatic Ecologies: Ecotheory Beyond Green, forthcoming with University of Minnesota Press. The chapters include pieces by a range of philosophers, literary scholars, etc. on different colours and their relation to … Continue reading

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Book publishing, uploading pdfs, and print on demand

Graham Harman has some good thoughts on book publishing here – sparked by someone uploading his book Tool Being. I agree with Graham on this, although I don’t have his experience of publishing a book in simultaneous print and free … Continue reading

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New Materialism: Interviews & Cartographies

New Materialism: Interviews & Cartographies, by Rick Dolphijn and Iris van der Tuin is now available, open access, online. Print and pdf versions to follow. The first half of the book has interviews with Rosi Bradotti, Quentin Meillassoux, Karen Barad and … Continue reading

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Reading the Classics of Western Philosophy

List below and survey here. The queston asked is how many of these have you read. And the whole of these books, not some, not an abbreviated form. I’m claiming 18 of these, and bits, sometimes substantial, of others. Never read any Sidgwick, Moore, … Continue reading

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Dark Chemistry reviews Graham Harman, Weird Realism: Lovecraft and Philosophy

Extended review of Weird Realism at the Dark Chemistry blog.

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Graham Harman – Latour’s political philosophy

Graham Harman is to write a book on Bruno Latour’s political philosophy. He has some details here.

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Graham Harman – Weird Realism: Lovecraft and Philosophy

Graham Harman’s book on Lovecraft, Weird Realism is now out. As Hölderlin was to Martin Heidegger and Mallarmé to Jacques Derrida, so is H.P. Lovecraft to the Speculative Realist philosophers. Lovecraft was one of the brightest stars of the horror … Continue reading

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Speculations III published

Free to download – either entire issue of 510 pages or individual articles here. You can also buy a paper copy here. Papers by Benjamin Norris, Levi Bryant, Christopher Norris, translations, reviews of Andy Merrifield, Bryant,  Harman etc. This is the … Continue reading

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Quentin Meillassoux – ‘Iteration, Reiteration, Repetition’ text

Meillassoux’s 20th April 2012 lecture in Berlin is now online. Not sure how authorised this is, but Peter Gratton and Graham Harman have both linked to it. Graham has some thoughts in response in his post.

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