Monday, July 12, 2010

Archive Fire on Gary Williams's review of Meillassoux's After Finitude. I missed it because Saturday was so hectic with taking the girls to the local derby days parade and then to see Abney Park at the steampunk festival.
Gary goes on to use some of Heidegger's 'realist' thinking to make some very significant points about how perception actually ‘works’, and how a certain kind of “ecological realism” (which Gary has been developing) escapes many of the problems Meillassoux raises.
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