[UPDATE: Graham Harman has decided to step into the blogging world at the appropriately titled, Object-Oriented Philosophy blog. He’s already started at a blistering pace, so let’s hope he can keep it up!]
In line with his enthusiasm for open-access publishing, Graham Harman has been kind enough to provide us with 13 (!) unpublished articles of his, dating from as early as 1997. These documents shed a lot of light on the emergence of speculative realism and Graham’s own particular variant in ‘object-oriented philosophy’, and come highly recommended. The topics range from Whitehead to Lingis to Latour to Heidegger to aesthetics and nature, revealing some of the development in Graham’s thought as it came to fruition in his exceptional Tool-Being and Guerrilla Metaphysics (and forthcoming Prince of Networks).
- 2003: Aesthetics as Cosmology