Against the Grain gets my vote. Listen to this interview with Timothy Morton:
Gaia theory holds that the Earth is a living, self-regulating system, a whole much bigger than the sum of its parts. Timothy Morton dares to challenge not only that perspective’s holism, but also the very existence of “nature.” Morton’s belief in radical interconnectedness is informed in part by his close reading of Darwin.
Can’t follow the conversation without moving pictures?
ok, here you go. A talk about Hegel, ecology and subjective positioning.