Continent 1 (3):171-179 (2011)

Graham Harman
American University in Cairo
Harman presents an outline of how object-oriented ontology differentiates itself from other branches of speculative realism. Can OOO steer philosophy from an epistemological project that tends to reduce the discipline to "a series of small-time drug busts"?
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