Friday, December 12, 2014
In NDPR, Sacha Golob reviews Lee Braver's Heidegger: Thinking of Being.
Braver provides a superb summary of Heidegger's conception of technology and modernity. Whilst never less than charitable, Braver expertly highlights some of the idiosyncrasies and vulnerabilities of that conception. For example, as he notes, for Heidegger, in contrast with the modern environmentalists who appeal to him, "Pollution isn't the problem with technology; our distorted relation to being is what we should be concerned about."
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