Stefan Bengtsson (Uppsala University) has  recently submitted a draft chapter to the upcoming “Springer International Handbooks of Education. Research Handbook on ChildhoodNature: Assemblages of Childhood and Nature Research”. The chapter aims to develop a philosophy of education without nature and a connected theory of object-oriented learning. At a theoretical level the contribution is to provide an entry point for conceiving possibilities of transgression in terms of a reconfiguration of the dialectics of enlightenment and humanism in order to re-approach the question of the role of objects in learning and education. The chapter makes an argument for the primacy of aesthetics in learning as well as the passions connected to aesthetic of engagement with objects. The full version of the chapter will be shared within the t-learning project within short.