Saturday, April 07, 2012
Not right in the sense of correctness.
Martin Heidegger was right in “Being and Nothingness” when he insisted on the importance of death in our search for the meaning of life.
Hilariously pathetic. Thanks for this find. Over at Seynsgeschichte I just recently threw something up on being "not right" in connection with the function of Being and Nothing as Heidegger, not Sartre, has delimited the problematic.
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