Levi Bryant is up with a lengthy post that basically shows the Heideggerian heritage of object oriented ontology. That is, the move that Heidegger makes against Husserl and the neo-Kantians is a parralax but momentous shift to the (null) ground in terms of ontology. What can I know? is no longer the question and later this question only came back in terms of language, and thus OOO can be read as coming back to this Heideggerian insight (of course with much more going on) to combat the turns to language. Those, like me, that think that various methodologies focused on discourses, etc., like Tim Morton, then do their work by showing that language is not a Kantian in-itself (and let’s face it, there’s a lot of work like that) and is in fact not a mode of “access” for and by humans, but is an ontological feature or quality of the things themselves.