Sunday, September 06, 2015
The Wichita Eagle reviews Peter Trawny's Freedom to Fail.

But it equally makes little sense to lionize Heidegger. He pursued the truth of being into the clearing of anarchy, as Trawny shows us. There, as part of the necessary concealment to openness, he committed his errant acts (or, more precisely, thoughts). Yet, however he intended them, they remain tied to guilt and transgression, responsibility and principle – not tragic choices, to be sure, but pathetic and culpable ones.
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