Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Rosie Charlton on nothing technological.
Heidegger asks the unanswerable questions because if the essence of something is not present how can we possibly know what it is? Heidegger is not interested in finding out the answer because then as we have always done before we will find the answer process it and fixes it to a name and category. Heidegger is interested in trying to change our way of thinking from an optic to an ontological, from a closed to open way of thinking.
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