The Covid-19 pandemic and the climate change have been warning that the deconstruction of anthropocentrism has to be not only an epistemological turn but also our political act. These crises let us know that humans are not alone on the planet but entangled with other beings in their sympoietic lives. This pandemic is pointing to a necessity to see life and living through the perspective of things. This article calls such a turn to things philosophy of object, exploring hyperobject in Timothy Morton, actor-network in Bruno Latour, and symbiosis in Graham Harman. It is to know what object means for this age.