A Hub for OOO
Paul Ennis of anotherheideggherblog just created another OOO blog (sorry Paul, I had to make the joke:).
Seriously though, the blog is called Object Oriented Blogging, and it is meant ‘as a hub [for] posting any interesting [thing] I find on OOP online or offline’.
As I commented in one of the posts, I think it is a brilliant idea, both to further keep the network linked together and to offer a good starting point to the new reader who is just approaching SR or OOO (introductory resources, apart from a ‘Speculative Realism’ entry on Wikipedia, are lacking). In fact I wonder: would anyone be up to writing an ‘Object Oriented Ontology’ entry on Wikipedia? I think Harman himself could write down some basic draft, or maybe a more complete entry could be prepared, where nuances between his approach and Levi’s one are described? Just an idea.