Wednesday, April 17, 2019
In NDPR Wayne Froman reviews Michael Marder's Heidegger: Phenomenology, Ecology, Politics.

By virtue of the temporal character of our ex-istence (temporality is the meaning of Dasein), and the ec-static character of time (time is the ekstatikon par excellence), I am never simply who I am. When finitude, as understood by Heidegger, is taken into account, the result is a sense of non-actualizable possibility belonging to our existential or ontological structure.
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