In Philosophy Now, Roger Caldwell reviews
S.M. Ewegen's Plato’s Cratylus: The Comedy of Language
Ewegen’s direct references to Heidegger are few, but his text is imbued throughout with the language of the German master – not least in that ‘Being’ is never without its capital B. The problem is that Heidegger’s own readings of Greek thought (which by his own account are “violent”) are frequently forced, tendentious, and unpersuasive.
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