Over at Ecology Without Nature Morton responds to yesterday’s post on the connection between Levinas and object-oriented ontology. Graham follows up here, here, and here. To be clear, what interests me in Levinas is not so much the relation between persons and others– though that’s important as well –but rather the possibility of arguing that all objects are other to one another in the way that Levinas describes. Hence the reference to Lingis and Harman, both of whom radicalize Levinas in this direction.