Review of Nihil Unbound
Harman has commented on a new review of Brassier’s Nihil Unbound, on Continental Philosophy Review. He also notes how the review is accessible only with institutional subscription (or, actually, by buying it for mere $34.00. A bargain).
Since the review is indeed quite a thorough one, and makes some good points (from my point of view, especially regarding Brassier’s use of science and the project of ‘disenchantment’), and since –as you might know– I am no fan of closed-access academic resources (and it is a review for God’s sake, the kind of academic writing that more than anything else should circulate widely), I have tried to find a free version somewhere, for everyone interested to read.
And I actually found it. My thanks to the anonymous uploader.