Monday, November 04, 2013
In The Telegraph, trainspotting as waitfulness.
But behind what sounds like a play written by Harold Pinter and Marcus du Sautoy and looks like two blokes loitering on a windy platform, I sense I am becoming “waitful”, to use a word coined by the philosopher Martin Heidegger. I am engaging with “nothingness,” which, according to Sartre, “lies coiled in the heart of being – like a worm.”
That "waitful" was coined in Country Path Conversations.
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