Thoughts on Tim Morton on the Ecological Emergency

HERE is a recent interview of Tim Morton I found over on Knowledge-Ecology. I've made some notes while listening: I absolutely love what he is saying. Really, I dig it. His ontology has style, and I don't just mean he is rhetorically skilled and so persuasive to us as subjectivities, I mean he has tapped [...]

Knowledge-Ecology on Alphonso Lingis: Cosmopolitical Selfhood and Ecology

Adam has posted a brilliant reflection on A. Lingis' words about words. A few highlights: "...words act as objects in the world and the manner by which they act is ecological. Words transform not just the environments which they disclose, but also feedback upon the one who uses them, transforming the subjectivity of the speaker in an [...]