Friday, January 20, 2017
The Sydney Morning Herald on how to be in a shipping container.
Here Heidegger provides a clue. His influential 1951 essay "Building, Dwelling, Thinking" argues that these three acts are, in essence, one. To build is to dwell is to think. "To dwell, to be set at peace, means to remain at peace within the free, the preserve, the free sphere that safeguards each thing in its essence," he rather ponderously notes. So even the most primitive of huts represents the manner in which we, as humans, be on the planet.
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