On the Horrors of Realism: An Interview with Graham Harman


The most recent issue of Pli – The Warwick Journal of Philosophy has an interview with Graham Harman “On the Horrors of Realism.” Harman speaks to Tom Sparrow about object-oriented philosophy, phenomenology, Kant, Husserl, Heidegger’s fourfold, Meillassoux’s correlationism, Lingis, Derrida and Foucault, DeLanda’s realism and Latour’s relationism, speculative realism, Whitehead, Leibniz, Zubiri, H.P. Lovecraft and China Miéville, and of course metaphysics. Harman speaks of weird things, about the horror of the real.

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One Response to “On the Horrors of Realism: An Interview with Graham Harman”

  1. Charles Kaltwasser Says:

    This whole string of writers thinkers, like Martin Heidegger, Marshall McLuhan, Alfred North Whitehead, are there any such writers thinkers ALIVE NOW, and if so, NAMES PLEASE.

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