Tuesday, February 11, 2014
In NDPR, R. Matthew Shockey reviews Heidegger and Language.
Ziarek's essay elucidates Heidegger's view that (in Ziarek's words) we must "transfor[m] . . . our relation to language beyond its metaphysical parameters", for only then will we be able to experience the singular and non-repeatable "event" (Ereignis) of being giving itself in word without trying to force this event into a systematic metaphysics that hides its essential singularity and non-repeatability.
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