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- Pokémon Go!! Augmented Reality finally comes to the party and validates what I’ve been doing for 7 years
- Privacy Parenthesis
- Admitting one’s failings and the Holy Bible
- Morozov, To Save Everything and the art of the Ad Hominem
- Death and respect: why should I be respectful of the death of Margaret Thatcher?
Tag Archives: Heidegger
Pokémon Go!! Augmented Reality finally comes to the party and validates what I’ve been doing for 7 years
Time to dust off this blog for another annual entry… A major media event, and a major breakthrough for much of what I have been doing professionally for what seems like forever. Pokémon Go! was released last week in Australia and … Continue reading
In my thesis, I have made much of Heidegger’s idea of modern existence being a form of harassed unrest. Being-in-the-world that is revealed through a technological mode of revealing is termed a “harassed unrest” (Heidegger 2008: 247) in which thinking and dwelling are … Continue reading
It is 2 games into a 3 game home match run for Swansea City, and I have been motivated by the performances to write about the Liberty Stadium and how I see it as a place. Some of my thoughts … Continue reading
In my rapidly failing attempts to avoid all exposure to the fawning Jubilee celebrations being embraced by the subjects in this Country, I have been thinking about the spatiality of my console set up and how it differs from my … Continue reading
Interesting comments by David Berry at Stunlaw on Object-Oriented Ontology (OOO) based around what is the philosophical purpose of OOO and what are the political questions that arise from a clarification of that philosophical purpose. David writes a great (semi-) polemic … Continue reading
I’ve been reading Object-Oriented Ontology (OOO) since 2008 when I first encountered Graham Harman at a seminar at UWE Bristol and went forth and read his Tool Being, which I considered the canonical text in OOO due to clarity of … Continue reading