The prequel of ecology without nature the ecological thought written by timothy morton is a book that essentially talks about an idea of thinking ecologically towards any beings matters or objects that exist in a gigantic entangling mesh the central viewpoint behind this book is the idea that everything is interconnected. As a work of environmental philosophy and theory the ecological thought explores an emerging awareness of ecological reality in an age of global warming using darwin and contemporary discoveries in life sciences as root texts morton describes a mesh of deeply interconnected life forms intimate strange and lacking fixed identity. Tim morton also contributes to magazines of architecture on various topics related to ecology objects interdependency the ecological thought articulates three major topics the mesh or interdependency the strange stranger still a bit confusing for me and hyperobjects im looking forward to reading his upcoming book
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