In response to the theme of Object Oriented Ontology this week, I drew the picture "Playing Chess" in Photoshop.
When I first came into contact with this subject, I fell deeply into the philosophical thinking in it, and was guided into the logical paradox of thinking by the two thinking concepts of human observation and ignoring human observation. After completely abandoning a deep understanding of the concept of Object Oriented Ontology, I was suddenly attracted by the idea that the study of human observation may be the instinctive activity of other fantasy creatures in another dimension. Based on this inspiration, I created this simple picture. I want to use this picture to express the clouds we observe. In fact, it may be two other creatures playing chess. The white cloud and the black cloud are their chess pieces. The entire sky is a chessboard. The thunder and rain we observe are actually the outcome or annexation of the chess pieces.
This inspiration comes from the article by Mickey, S (2018), which mentioned the philosophical thinking about Object Oriented Ontology and the thinking between human observation and the actual properties of objects under the postmodern system.
Reference: Mickey, S. (2018). Touching Without Touching: Objects of Post-Deconstructive Realism and Object-Oriented Ontology. Open Philosophy, 1(1), 290–298. https://doi.org/10.1515/opphil-2018-0021