And Coincidentally: Harman and Excess. 

Indeed, coincidental to the post just prior to this, I suggested that a philosophy is not complete until we’ve considered what was left out, or, when we have a philosophy of what it is excluding. 

And Harman’s lecture inItaly is posted and I watch it and he begins with his initial statements of why there is a necessary excess.

What about access? 

The interesting thing about Harman, and I think one of the things that bothers people about his OOP, is that he enacts an access into this excess that he posits by induction. (Is it induction ?)  For I think the real and significant question would be: how it is possible to have an excess that is accessible  and what does this mean? 

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