Agent Swarm on the struggle against hegemonic correlationism
Nor do I see any reason to accept at face value that “phenomenology” is inherently correlationist. Bernard Stiegler has often remarked that the Husserl of “Origins of Geometry” introduces a new epoch in his thought, that breaks open the subject-object enclosure by making writing as tertiary retention enter essentially into the constitution of mathematics. Dreyfus and Spinosa argue convincingly that Heidegger’s thing-paradigm breaks with the potential closure and correlationism inherent in his understandings of being paradigm.
The spectre of “orthodox correlationism” as a dominant paradigm enslaving thought and paralysing action is a chimera that has no foundation if one consults the works of the major post-structuralist French thinkers.