Thursday, February 13, 2014

David Haines reads Phenomenological Interpretations of Aristotle.
Heidegger is proposing that, (i) due to the sense of Being, in which it is the openness or manifestation of beings to the caring being (which is, itself, open or manifest when it receives the openness of open beings), and due to the (ii) proper understanding of philosophy, as a perpetual questioning of the Being of beings, therefore, (iii) there is no neutral position from which one may determine dogmatically just what Being is, and, in so doing, provide an absolutely true description of the way things are.
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