Saturday, February 09, 2019
3.A.M. interviews James Orr.
Crudely put, Heidegger argued that most of the problems we encounter when thinking about time stem from treating it as a strange sort of substance, when it fact is no more than a way or ‘mode’ of being in the world. Grasping that distinction is, for Heidegger, the primary way in which I can modify my ‘fallenness’ in an inauthentic mode of temporality and embrace my everyday existence in the world in a way that makes it possible for me to orient myself towards my future.
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