Preface; Introduction; The Lava that Dare not Speak its Name; The Withdrawal of Arguments; Objection-Oriented Philosophy; Speculative Dystopia; Specious Realism; Ray Brassier, 'Postscript'
Peter Wolfendale is an independent philosopher from the Northeast of England.
'Object Oriented Ontology is the last chapter in the interminable saga of the struggle between realism and transcendentalism. What Peter Wolfendale does in his detailed and forceful analysis is what Kant did to Swedenborg: to dispel the mist of vibrant (spiritualized) materiality. What Voltaire said about god should be repeated about this book: if it didn't exist, we would have to invent it.' - Slavoj Zizek