Thursday, August 18, 2016
In Phenomenological Reviews Elad Lapidot reviews Reading Heidegger's Black Notebooks 1931-1941.
So much Heidegger hermeneutics, so little time. Yes, reading takes time, takes lives. The question of reading “philosophically”, seriously, rigorously, the so far approx. 2,000 published pages of the series of fragments that make out half of the entire Black Notebooks, in the context and as the last 7 of the 102 volumes of Heidegger’s Collected Writings – is a real life question, existential question: is Heidegger worth our limited time?
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