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As Hölderlin was to Martin Heidegger and Mallarmé to Jacques Derrida, so is H.P. Lovecraft to theSpeculative Realist philosophers. Lovecraft was one of the brightest stars of the horror and sciencefiction magazines, but died in poverty and relative obscurity in the 1930s. In 2005 he was finallyelevated from pulp status to the classical literary canon with the release of a Library of America volumededicated to his work. The impact of Lovecraft on philosophy has been building for more than a deca…
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As Hölderlin was to Martin Heidegger and Mallarmé to Jacques Derrida, so is H.P. Lovecraft to the
Speculative Realist philosophers. Lovecraft was one of the brightest stars of the horror and science
fiction magazines, but died in poverty and relative obscurity in the 1930s. In 2005 he was finally
elevated from pulp status to the classical literary canon with the release of a Library of America volume
dedicated to his work. The impact of Lovecraft on philosophy has been building for more than a decade.
Initially championed by shadowy guru Nick Land at Warwick during the 1990s, he was later discovered
to be an object of private fascination for all four original members of the twenty-first century
Speculative Realist movement. In this book, Graham Harman extracts the basic philosophical
concepts underlying Lovecrafts work, yielding a "weird realism" capable of freeing continental
philosophy from its current soul-crushing impasse. Abandoning Heideggers pious references to
Hölderlin and the Greeks, Harman develops a new philosophical mythology centered in such
Lovecraftian figures as Cthulhu, Wilbur Whately, and the rat-like monstrosity Brown Jenkin.
The Miskatonic River replaces the Rhine and the Ister, while Hölderlin Caucasus gives way to Lovecrafts
Antarctic mountains of madness.
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As Hölderlin was to Martin Heidegger and Mallarmé to Jacques Derrida, so is H.P. Lovecraft to the
Speculative Realist philosophers. Lovecraft was one of the brightest stars of the horror and science
fiction magazines, but died in poverty and relative obscurity in the 1930s. In 2005 he was finally
elevated from pulp status to the classical literary canon with the release of a Library of America volume
dedicated to his work. The impact of Lovecraft on philosophy has been building for more than a decade.
Initially championed by shadowy guru Nick Land at Warwick during the 1990s, he was later discovered
to be an object of private fascination for all four original members of the twenty-first century
Speculative Realist movement. In this book, Graham Harman extracts the basic philosophical
concepts underlying Lovecrafts work, yielding a "weird realism" capable of freeing continental
philosophy from its current soul-crushing impasse. Abandoning Heideggers pious references to
Hölderlin and the Greeks, Harman develops a new philosophical mythology centered in such
Lovecraftian figures as Cthulhu, Wilbur Whately, and the rat-like monstrosity Brown Jenkin.
The Miskatonic River replaces the Rhine and the Ister, while Hölderlin Caucasus gives way to Lovecrafts
Antarctic mountains of madness.

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