Hot on the heels of yesterday’s UCLA summit on speculative realism, which Tim Morton has been podcasting with relentless (and admirable) abandon, Graham Harman is now at Claremont and appears to be live-blogging the Whitehead conference:

Stengers keynote in progress

Donna Haraway response to Stengers.

And follow it live at his blog.

From patient and deliberate thinking and slow writing, philosophy has become a live, blazingly high-speed (and partly vicarious) art form. Fantastic. If the production of concepts continues to speed up, we will need the philosophical equivalent of a slow-food movement. (That is, if we don’t ascend into some transconceptual hyperspace.) A slow thought movement. But for now, eyelids pressed to our screens and neurons firing, we enjoy.

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