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Yes, I'm very excited. Our paper (I'm Kirkland) on Xenoanthropology and Star Trek Discovery is up at The Geek Anthropologist! I hope you will check it out, and please, retweet if you can! I would love to actually get people to see it.

thegeekanthropologist.com/2018

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Hello, this is a blogish apparatus about theory + praxis in the social sciences and humanities in scholar.social form.

We tweet...errr...toot--many things.

The editor has a background in anthropology, philosophy, and semiotics.

We also exist still on twitter at twitter.com/IflTheory

meaning is stored in the signifier

*touches earpiece* what's that baudrillard? i can't hear you

Hello everyone, this is a 'trained' illustrator/animator who got lost into philosophy while making a short-animated video series called "just wondering...". I'm currently researching/reading about object oriented ontology (or OOO or triple O) and the speculative realism movement in phil. Also, I'm planning/working on two other animations about and the . Besides and , I'd love to dive into and

object oriented ontology 

"...Let this suffice for a basic overview of ontography, the part of OOO that explores the rifts between the two kinds of objects and their two kinds of qualities. The main principle of ontography ...the movement and stasis in the world can be derived from a single root: the interplay between objects and their qualities. As such, OOO is opposed to any form of realism that thinks the real object or its real qualities can be directly obtained..."

--G. Harmon, "O O O," 161

anthro + trek 

"Xeno-anthropology...eclipse of anthropology’s...subject and object, humanity—transmuted at its apogee into what?...study of sentient species? A historical curiosity within the cultural matrix of human scholarship...holistic and humanistic mutation of the...aims of sociology? What can be said of an anthropology...of the world to come? We imagine possible worlds, but what do we imagine of possible anthropologies? What of an anthropology far beyond the stars?"

thegeekanthropologist.com/2018

anthro + trek 

"Xeno-anthropology...eclipse of anthropology’s...subject and object, humanity—transmuted at its apogee into what?...study of sentient species? A historical curiosity within the cultural matrix of human scholarship...holistic and humanistic mutation of the...aims of sociology? What can be said of an anthropology...of the world to come? We imagine possible worlds, but what do we imagine of possible anthropologies? What of an anthropology far beyond the stars?"

thegeekanthropologist.com/2018

Yes, I'm very excited. Our paper (I'm Kirkland) on Xenoanthropology and Star Trek Discovery is up at The Geek Anthropologist! I hope you will check it out, and please, retweet if you can! I would love to actually get people to see it.

thegeekanthropologist.com/2018

Yes, I'm very excited. Our paper (I'm Kirkland) on Xenoanthropology and Star Trek Discovery is up at The Geek Anthropologist! I hope you will check it out, and please, retweet if you can! I would love to actually get people to see it.

thegeekanthropologist.com/2018

How I feel when I'm trying to get people off of mastodon.social for a better fediverse experience

"Excuse me..."

any of you folks into this object oriented ontology business?

theory / anthropology / objects 

latest [objectLesson]
series edited by Ian Bogost

"...Although writing’s mobility might seem a product of modern...gadgetry, there’s nothing new about writing on the move...
Preceding smartphones by centuries, writing boxes were among the first mobile writing inventions...portable...boxes ...equipped with a flat or sloped surface for writing and an interior space for storing materials like paper, inkwells, quills, pens, seals, and wax..."

theatlantic.com/technology/arc

"...Since each of us was several, there was already quite a crowd..."

--Deleuze & Guattari

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