Monday, June 28, 2010
The New York Times on building, larger dwelling, journalism.
After Dad’s death, she had insisted on staying on in their big, inconvenient house in Cape May Courthouse, N.J., filled with 40 years worth of her special things, and surrounded by what the philosopher Martin Heidegger called the larger dwelling created by her church, neighbors who checked on her, clerks who carried her purchases to the car.
I'm not aware of Heidegger ever calling anything the "larger dwelling."
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