Graham Harman and object-oriented philosophy

10Dec13

Graham Harman and object-oriented philosophy

I’ve been seeing intriguing references to Graham Harman for a while now, and today after investigating him further I think I’ve become a fan after reading about a handful of blog posts and a book review. He has all kinds of interesting things on his blog, and I particularly enjoyed the ‘advice’ posts. His writing, even in published academic pieces, seems to be simultaneously fresh, playful, ambitious, and intellectually weighty—a rare feat. I can’t wait to dig into more of his writing, both to learn from his style and to start getting into object-oriented philosophy (which seems pretty interesting and relevant for my own intellectual project). So now I’m just trying to figure out which of his gazillion or so books to start with—advice welcome!

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