Friday, August 06, 2010

Revolt, Not Therapy reads the Jünger–Heidegger Correspondence.
Jünger did not have a genuinely philosophical mind. He lets on that Heidegger’s works, about which he knew little, were sometimes above his head. In November 1967, he noted: “Your texts are difficult and hardly translatable: thus I am always astonished by the influence as they exert on the intelligent French.”
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