One of my favorite Shaviro posts is here.
There is lots to love, or maybe because I just happen to agree with most everything Shaviro says and wish I could communicate it so effortlessly. Points I like:
1. critique of scientism and eliminatism
2. recognition that "armchair" philosophy (anything not backed up by science) is indispensable
3. description of an event of perception as a reification of the process
4. recognition that scientistic philosophy contradicts itself when it belittles "folk" belief while championing science