I have been working on a couple of texts for publication so my blog has been rather quiet recently. One of those texts refers to the work of Michel Serres. I have been surprised how coverage of his death has been so scarce outside France. I think he is the most relevant and innovative thinker of recent decades and a much needed breath of fresh air in the turgid, insular environment of much contemporary philosophy and thought. If you have not read any of his work, I recommend two books that have been recently translated into English. Go with an open mind and be refreshed by the absence of crowded citations and references!! He doesn’t repeat and compete; he invents:
Serres, M. (2018)  The Incandescent. Translated by Randolph Burks. London: Bloomsbury Academic.
Serres, M. (2019)  Hominescence. Translated by Randolph Burks. London: Bloomsbury.