Monday, February 23, 2015
Critical Theory has 7 new excerpts from the Black Notebooks (GA 95).
Reflection—the courage to track one’s own pre-suppositions back to their ground and to interrogate the necessity of the goals one has set. No sooner does one attempt a ‘reflection’ today than it ends in a ‘psychological’-‘characterological’-biological- typological dissection—that is, in a sterile and cheap reduction of beings and ‘life’ to a kind of ‘lived experience’ and its impulses and needs.
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