It is good to get this without having to search in your books. Thanks Mr Bryant.
I appreciate the flat ontology; yes.
My question, if you are reading this (you removed the comment option on your blog) is how are we able to notice this flat reality if we are indeed occurring within the same flat plane?
Maybe that answer is deep in one of your books? Could you direct me (us) to it?
And I’m sorry: your B- knot does not escape the Correlational limit; while it is an interesting model, it is only post-Correlational in the sense that there is an further removed agent that is now defining an agent part. The point of correlationalism is that the ever-positing of systems such that we may have a ‘post-‘ whatever, merely depends upon an agent user of discourse that always removes itself from the subjectivity involved in the system posed. Harman makes better point.
Again; I’m sorry you are unable it seems to get beyond the avoidance of your privileged intuiting position.
—here is the repost folks:
In response to a post I wrote a number of years ago, someone asks: Dear Bryant, perhaps you have already heard/read Michael Pollan’s book ‘The botany of desire’. If not, please do read it… I have been trying to develop a new metaphysical perspective in which ‘entities’ do equally exist yet differ from each other […]