interview on Baudrillard
One might imagine that Harman’s Kierkegaard investigation might have some concern of how the absurd actually indicates the attainable object found by the love of wisdom, rather than indicating a limit that we know within ethically negotiated universal relative objects which remain utterly contained in correlational knowledge, that is to say, known through knowledge of what things do and what they are made of, as if indeed such arguments of wit and prowess are all there is.
Perhaps his discussion of Kierkegaard will involve the multiplicity of perspectives that is ordained by an inability to uphold an authenticity which informs all decision to the absurd matter of having a choice that is no choice.
I wonder if Graham ever looks at the post links he is allowing?
I am going to send him a letter I think. 😉
I guess we will see.