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HARMAN & SCIENCE (1): On Variable Withdrawal

Adam Robbert discusses the problem of the relation between “Harman’s object-oriented philosophy” and “the question of Science”.  The solution seems to be: there is no relation at all, but if we “forget” the huge conceptual disparity between Harman’s and Latour’s … Continue reading

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MEHDI BELHAJ KACEM ON GRAHAM HARMAN (2): An Uneventful Ontology

MBK, as we have seen, accuses Harman of inconsistent Kantianism, wanting to have his unknowable in-itself and yet to know it. He argues further that to be consistent with his own (inconsistent) ideas he should treat science as indiscriminable from … Continue reading

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