In the spirit of the holidays, it’s giving time at Speculative Heresy! A couple new articles to hopefully keep everyone occupied through to the new year:
- Graham Harman’s paper from the recent Toulouse conference on non-anthropological subjectivity – “Intentional Objects for Non-Humans” [PDF] (h/t Graham and Peter)
- Peter Hallward’s lengthy and in-depth review of Badiou’s Logics of Worlds – “Order and Event” [PDF] (h/t Benjamin)
- And we’ve also added a few new articles (by Iain Hamilton Grant and Quentin Meillassoux) to the Resources page, thanks to reader Matija providing us with some PDFs.
- [UPDATE:] Ray Brassier has also provided an updated and more polished version of his original “Genre is Obsolete” article. This version is due to appear in an upcoming collection called Noise and Capitalism, edited by Mattin Artiach. – “Genre is Obsolete” [PDF]
- [UPDATE #2:] As well, Graham Harman has provided his paper from the recent Norway conference he attended. This one focuses on assemblages, DeLanda, and Bhaskar – “The Assemblage Theory of Society” [PDF]