In the past few months I’ve blogged a bit on object-oriented and process-relational realisms, although not to as much depth as those people who are have come up with these conceptual cartographies. I stopped because for one thing I tend to become obsessive with these things (to the point where I start living in theory) and because I don’t really think ontology is my main concern at the moment. Anyway…I just discovered a new blog that in one line summed up the attitude I know have towards questions of reality:

Relational interdependence, as structured by resistant availability, is the mark of the real.

Read the full post here.


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