Hyperobjects: Philosophy and Ecology after the End of the World, Timothy Morton

“This is the afterlife”… indeed brother TiMo indeed

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Hyperobjects: Philosophy and Ecology after the End of the World, Timothy Morton

via  Carla Nappi – So much of Science Studies, of STS as a field or a point of engagement, is deeply concerned with objects. We create sociologies and networks of and with objects, we study them as actors or agents or actants, we worry about our relationships to them and their relationships to each other. We wonder if humans and their objects are really so different, or whether we are all octopuses shrinking behind our own ink.

In Hyperobjects: Philosophy and Ecology after the End of the World(University of Minnesota Press, 2013), Timothy Morton offers a way of thinking with and about hyperobjects, particular kinds of things of which we see only pieces at any given moment. (Though by the end of the book, Morton invites us to consider that perhaps every object is a hyperobject.) Hyperobjects…

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