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  1. Graham Harman says that if we sum up Kant's views in the form of two premises:

    1) Human cognitive abilities are limited, and things-in-themselves can be thought of, but not known.

    2) The human-world relation (mediated by time, space, etc.) has a philosophical privilege over all other relations; philosophy should first of all deal with the problem of human access to the world, or at least take this access as a starting point.

    then object-oriented philosophy agrees with the first premise and rejects the second, and speculative realism-on the contrary.


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