THE BOOK THE OOO CROWD ARE ASHAMED OF: Graham Harman’s THE THIRD TABLE

A look at the Wikipedia entry for Graham Harman shows an astonishing absence in the bibliography. Harman’s most explicit book THE THIRD TABLE (2012) is purely and simply absent from the list of publications. The same is true for the bibliography in the article devoted to object-oriented ontology, and also for the entry on speculative realism. I regret this lacuna and encourage everyone to buy and download the kindle version (only $2.63), and to read my review.

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One Response to THE BOOK THE OOO CROWD ARE ASHAMED OF: Graham Harman’s THE THIRD TABLE

  1. Sharon Jewell says:

    I don’t suppose it is absent because it is a tiny little essay, around 2500 words, and not a book. As far as I can see The Third Table was one of many short essays written for the 2012 Documenta catalogue, in a series of suplements called 100 notes – 100 Thoughts. Perhaps it is seen as too insignificant to enter into the bibliography.

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