In sum, Zizek sees object-oriented ontology as attempting to supplement or replace the ontology of modern science with its own ontology of real objects and relations.
« The problem with OOO is that its ontological premises seek either to supplement or to replace modern science with a premodern form of how things really are in themselves » (READING MARX, 141).
This ontological supplement, OOO’s real objective ontology, being hyper-abstract, itself needs supplementing by a second unreal subjective ontology, that of sensual objects and relations. This sensual supplement is necessary to give an illusory effect of « reality », that the real ontology is incapable of giving.
at what emergent level does the « real » object exist in itself?? Its a silly attempt to circumscribe onto theology . You cant do it. Just be like Brassier– Nihil Unbound– that should do it.
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