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Tuesday, January 19, 2016
 
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Red Baron on last week's symposium at Freiburg.
At the end of the symposium Professor Markus Gabriel criticized the unchecked wish of scandalization and distortion of Heidegger's philosophy. Gabriel asked as J├╝rgen Habermas had demanded 50 years ago to think Heidegger against Heidegger for his philosophy is like in the case of other intellectual giants a conglomerate of insight and nonsense. However, nobody should disrespectfully use Heidegger's work as a quarry. At that point I would have liked to have asked the question: How many of the broken stones are scree and how many may still be used as building blocks?
 
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