Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Deontologistics on correlationism and OOO.
I should elaborate on this point a little more, to avoid possible misunderstandings of what I’m saying. Graham has sketched a number of ways of justifying the epistemological point that we cannot access the things in themselves. The most important of these is still the reconstruction of Heidegger’s phenomenological analysis of tools he provides in Tool-Being. Now, I think this is strictly false as a reading of Heidegger, but Graham maintains that we should be able to assess it on its own merits regardless of this (and he’s most certainly right). The issue is whether Graham’s particular phenomenological analysis is already tainted with certain ontological assumptions.
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