Saturday, July 31, 2010

AHB turns towards time.
‘Time’ is a strangely underdeveloped notion in Heidegger scholarship. Despite the blunt fact that Heidegger dangles time before us as the horizon (or solution) to the fundamental question his readers rarely accept this. One finds any number of counter-intuitive explanations that go ‘What Heidegger really meant to emphasize was…[insert theme here].’
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