Thursday, August 18, 2016
In Phenomenological Reviews Gregory Jackson reviews Ponderings II–VI. Black Notebooks 1931–1938.
Heidegger felt Being and Time never brought him his ‘Great enemy’ [he capitalises the G], for its only effect is to have increased ‘prattle about “being”’. In the end it is Heidegger himself, in his own view at least, who takes Being and Time on as the ‘sharpest opponent’, for although a failed work its intentions can still be effectuated.
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