Proposition 1: The apolitical nature of ontology, as the discourse on being, is a norm – one that is met in some instances, though not in others.
Proposition 2: Viewing reality through a telescope, does not make that reality telescopic. Viewing reality through a political lens, does not make that reality political.
Proposition 3: Correlationists can consistently equate politics with ontology. Realists can not.
Proposition 4: If your definition of politics entails that two galaxies colliding is a political event, your definition is not meaningful or useful for politics.
Proposition 5: A meaningful definition of politics must exclude some aspects of reality. This is only a necessarily political gesture if you think only humans cut up the world.
Proposition 6: Politics as a ‘human-centered’ realm does not mean politics is a ‘human-only’ realm.