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Objet Atlantour

July 25, 2012

Bruno Latour gets a nod in this piece online at The Atlantic, which also publishes Ian Bogost, a proponent of Object-Oriented Ontology (OOO), which exists in close proximity and colloquy with Latour (see Graham Harman’s Prince of Networks: Bruno Latour and Metaphysics). Is The Atlantic, so staid frowzy middlebrow Aspen-ideated & to all appearances thoroughly retrograde in thought and intention, secretly providing a conduit to the mainstream for the most original and exciting thinking of our time? So far, the signs are still faint. No more than a dove with an olive-leaf freshly plucked, no rainbow yet in sight. Faint, but promising. The magazine also, though unrelatedly, hosts the blogs of Ta-Nehisi Coates and James Fallows, who are righteous dudes.

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