Schelling on Nature, Humanity, and God (re-reading Iain Hamilton Grant)

Last year, some colleagues and I at CIIS participated in a panel discussion on Speculative Realism called "Here Comes Everything." My lecture drew primarily upon Grant's text Philosophies of Nature After Schelling (2006). This summer, I've been doing research for a comprehensive exam on the recent resurgence of Schellingian philosophy (HERE is my reading list). I [...]

Tim Morton lecturing on object-oriented poetry.

Romanticism 20: Keats and Shelley and OOO. I'm reminded of an earlier reflection on Whitehead's and Schelling's process ontology of organism and the principle of non-contradiction. Keat's Ode on a Grecian Urn.