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introduction to a topic that made me want to read the books on his bibliography a topic that made want to read the books on his bibliography s a lot of showing and assertion but not a lot of argumentation Had trouble determining f what I was reading was simple truth or gibbering nsanity Tend toward the former but I m going to read Latour and Harman to make sure Short moments of Oh yup I know exactly what he s talking about lead to But why s this mportant These moments are surrounded by a murky mix of whatever 130912 first review this Talking Cures and Placebo Effects is kind of the opposite to husserl easy to read but not too convincing so give t somewhere between two and three. Humanity has sat at the center of philosophical thinking for too long The recent advent of environmental philosophy and posthuman studies has widened our scope of nuiry to The Bewitched Wolf include ecosystems animals and artificialntelligence Yet the vast majority of the *stuff An Unreasonable Match / An Unconventional Duenna in our universe and evenn our lives remains beyond * in our universe and even n our lives remains beyond philosophical concernIn Alien Phenomenology or What It’s Like to Be a Thing Ian Bogost develops an object.
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"variation on latour "on Latour litanies so called tiny ontology And I really appreciated his emphasis on making things to guide thinking or philosophical carp. From human comprehension and becomes accessible only through a speculative philosophy based on metaphorProviding a new approach for understanding the experience of things as things Bogost also calls on philosophers to rethink their craft Drawing on his own background as a videogame designer Bogost encourages professional *thinkers to become makers as well engineers who construct things as *to become makers as well engineers who construct things as as they think and write about them.