Sunday, June 20, 2010

Existence and Anthropology has issues with the "Letter on Humanism."
What kind of effectiveness or reality (Wirklichkeit)? And what kind of housing (Haus, Behausung)? If language is the home of being—what did homes look like at the time when this Letter was written? Behausung can indeed mean home, but also makeshift shelter and primitive abode. So, if language is the dwelling place of the Being and of man, and if Heidegger is advocating some sort of reflection upon human agency, did he speak just metaphorically and abstractly?
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