Thursday, January 09, 2014

Critical Theory has Baudrillard’s "Necrospective around Martin Heidegger", from 1988.
The futile quarrel over Heidegger has no specifi c meaning within philosophy. It is merely symptomatic of a weakness in current thinking. Unable to fi nd any new energy, philosophical thought keeps going back obsessively over its origins, over the purity of its references; it is now painfully reliving, in this fi n-desiècle period, its own primal scene of the early part of the century.
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