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briefing

Once this blog migrates to the new site — which should happen as soon as the UVM blogmasters press the right buttons and set the transition into motion — I plan to start a regular (weekly or so) feature directing readers to interesting developments in ecoculture and geophilosophy. (And sometimes “mediapolitics,” where it converges with […]

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a new Immanence dawning…

This may be one of the final posts on the Movable Type version of this blog. Immanence will be migrating soon to WordPress. A new blog design is currently being finalized. The new address (a trial attempt, already noticed by a few followers of this blog, was put up here this past summer). That will […]

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heat & light

Not having followed the Derrida debates too closely (and doing it mostly from the comfort of my Google blog reader when I have), I’ve been missing the fascinating debates going on in the comments sections of Levi’s posts. Like this one on realism (72 comments) or this one on dialogue (93 comments). Larval Subjects deserves […]

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surfacing

… but only momentarily, from my writing (mainly Ecologies of the Moving Image, which continues to proceed apace, but also the Praxis Forum I’m editing on the Ken Burns National Parks series for Environmental Communication, the paper I’ve been invited to give on green pilgrimage at the Fourth Compostela Colloquium, and the piece I’m writing […]

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other matters

It’s very nice to see that philosopher and Deleuzian/Spinozist Jeffrey Bell has joined the blogosphere, with a set of very interesting posts up already. Graham Harman has been providing more useful writing tips, here and here. William Connolly has been posting to the impressive group blog The Contemporary Condition. Levi has been posting about flat […]

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The previously announced ‘Vibrant Matter’ reading group will take place across five blogs over five weeks, beginning May 23 and ending June 26. Vibrant Matter: A Political Ecology of Things is the latest book by Johns Hopkins University political theorist Jane Bennett. Philosophy in a Time of Error has posted a very useful overview of […]

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I’m on the road, and haven’t been able to keep up with the continuing exchange that’s now drawn in Steven Shaviro and Chris Vitale in addition to Levi and Graham, with side comments from Peter Gratton and others. That despite Graham’s call for a “cease fire,” which elicited some spirited responses from Levi, Steven, and […]

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idle time; summer reading

I’ll be laying a little low as I travel over the next few weeks. Expect intermittent blogging over the summer as well, though it will undoubtedly get more active during the proposed Vibrant Matter reading group, assuming that happens (it’s elicited interest so far from Peter Gratton at Philosophy in a Time of Error and […]

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archive fire

Michael at the wonderfully named Archive Fire blog has been posting about a lot of the same topics that I try to cover here. (The top five categories in his tag cloud are Ecology, Power, Praxis, Sentience, and Theory.) In his words, Archive Fire explores issues “from critical theory, fringe politics and ecological science to […]

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blogging comes to Vermont… (slowly)

For what it’s worth (and probably of interest only to folks at the University of Vermont): According to the SmartViper web data analyzer, this blog’s home page is now the fifth most popular on the University of Vermont (blog.uvm.edu) server, and first among personal blogs. The top four are Blogging@UVM, UVM Admissions, the Agricultural Risk […]

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triple digits

At some point over the past few weeks the number of GoogleReader subscribers to this blog inched up into the triple digits. (That doesn’t include subscribers on other feed readers.) While that’s no big deal compared to some of the blogs I follow, in terms of blog growth, which is probably more geometrical than arithmetical, […]

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comments

Readers may have noticed that I’ve turned off automatic commenting to the blog. The ever increasing amount of spam, some of which always manages to squeeze its way through the (fairly strong) spam filter, was getting intolerable. I’ve just discovered, however, that a handful of genuine comments from longtime readers also got caught in the […]

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