Wednesday, October 31, 2018
In NDPR, Lucas Fain reviews Javier Cardoza-Kon's Heidegger's Politics of Enframing: Technology and Responsibility.
With respect to the ontological difference, Heidegger understands "the political" as the ontological mode of Being that accounts for how a people constitutes itself as a people, whereas "politics" concerns the ontic domain of conflicts among peoples and states. It follows from the argument of Being and Time that a people can constitute itself authentically or inauthentically in their way of Being together, in their comportment toward the question of Being.
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