Saturday, March 03, 2018
The New Statesman reviews Jessie Greengrass’s Sight.
Greengrass is a philosopher – those short stories of hers were generally about asking questions, avoiding subjects. What it was to be-in-the-world, as Heidegger might have had it, to apprehend reality through narrative and perspective.
There is an as-he-might-have-had-it understanding of Heidegger.
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