Does Brassier say that perceptual objects are not paradigmatic objects? I think I stumbled on the claim he did, but didn't read, and have since given up on finding the phrase.
It would seem to make sense if he did. And in some ways I would certainly agree, else we're just going to rule out any particles that don't have a colour. But what about 'objecthood'?
What would it mean to import 'objecthood' from phenomenology and the everyday world? Would it be a category? What does science say about 'object'?