The Third Table

In Katrin Sauerländer (ed.), Documenta: 100 Notes-100 Thoughts. Documenta (2012)

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Graham Harman
American University in Cairo
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Against A.S. Eddington's famous concept that there are "two tables" (the everyday and scientific tables), this article defends the notion that neither of these two is real. The real table is a third table not covered by either of Eddington's tables.
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