Tuesday, August 03, 2010

The OutRiders on some acolytes.
If Klein was the first to see this, Strauss shows us that he was not the only one who arrived at a similar conclusion.

Heidegger was concerned with the question of Being. In a work by that title Heidegger reminds us the “Being is an umbrella which the forgetfulness of a professor of philosophy has left somewhere.” That above all “philosophy is ontology” was learned from Heidegger by Kurt Riezler.
We can resolve the forgetfulness of being by rummaging around the lost-and-found.
Thanks for the crosslink. There is an old saying that the rain rains on the just and the unjust, yet it rains more on the just because the unjust hath stolen the just's umbrella.

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