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Sunday, March 12, 2017
 
The New Yorker on the eternal recurrence of the persistently pernicious present problem of daylight-saving time.
“What primarily the clock does,” Heidegger wrote, is “to determine the specific fixing of the now.”
That's from page 5E.
 
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