Planetary Chronology

from Geo- to Atmo-

Continuous Stack
  1. Chisolm, Dianne. “Rhizome, Ecology, Geophilosophy (A Map to this Issue).” Rhizome, Issue 15, Winter 2007. [Deleuze and Guattari’s] ‘geo’ calls to mind John Lovelock's ‘Gaia,’ since, like ‘Gaia,’ it evokes no singular (geological, biological, hydrological, thermodynamical, etc.) activity but, instead, emits a multiplicity of interconnecting ‘geos’—geology, geography, geophysics, and geopolitics, and emerging composites such as geophysiology, geomicrobiology, ad infinitum.”
  2.   Irigaray, Luce. The Forgetting of Air in Martin Heidegger. Translated by Mary Beth Mader. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1999. “Air is at the groundless foundation of metaphysics...” (12)
  3. Latour, Bruno. We Have Never Been Modern. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1993.“...we are always attempting to retie the Gordian knot by crisscrossing, as often as we have to, the divide that separates exact knowledge and the exercise of power - let us say nature and culture.” (3) 
  4. Reed, Patricia. “Orientation in a Big World: On the Necessity of Horizonless Perspectives.” E-flux, #101, June 2019. “Navigation is, above all, a synthetic operation.”