Sunday, September 22, 2013
IEET on Being's framework.
Heidegger thought that our actions produce their own kind of knowledge, and that knowledge was not something unique to our minds. He writes: “The kind of dealing which is closest to us is […] not a bare perceptual cognition, but rather that kind of concern which manipulates things and puts them to use; and this has its own kind of ‘knowledge.’” Much of Heidegger’s masterpiece, Being and Time, focuses on this and related concerns as he set out to show how Being consists of an integrationist framework.
Speaking of frameworks, I was watching a French resistance movie the other night, and at Gestapo headquarters, individuals' files was positioned on a bookcase labeled Gestell.
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