Alan Moore on Lovecraft

Alan Moore quotes “Speculative Realism”, but what he retains is that there are no objects, only bundles of qualities. He says: “What they are saying is, like David Hume, the philosopher, who talks about there being not so much objects or entities but bundles of qualities; there is no banana, there is a bundle of qualities, like ‘curved’ ‘sweet’ ‘soft’ and things like that”, i.e. the opposite of OOO.

Object-Oriented Philosophy

The prominent British writer talks Lovecraft, and also seems to have liked Weird Realism. HERE.

Hat tip, Dominic.

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