Tim Morton on Ecology and Presence

Tim Morton gave a superb talk at Western University in their Public Humanities lecture series (which continually assembles creative and excellent conversations) and as part of the Underground Ecocriticism conference. It is posted on his Ecology without Nature blog here and shows some of the paradoxes of thinking “nature” across philosophy, science, aesthetics; all sorts of good stuff driving home the profound changes necessary for getting on track with ecology.

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