Saturday, December 12, 2015
On the Philosopher's Zone, being for business.
'The way in which I try to make Martin Heidegger accessible—and let's face it, he's not the most accessible philosopher—is to use a three-part distinction, which I think characterises most of his early works. I call it convention, disruption and authorising.'
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