Saturday, May 11, 2013
In GalleristNY, Andrew Russeth runs into thinking in a gallery.
She marched across the room, arms slightly akimbo, and repeated herself: “Thus we ask now: even if the old rootedness is being lost in this age, may not a new ground and foundation be granted again, a foundation and ground out of which human’s nature and all their works can form in a new way even in the technological age?”
It's from Gelassenheit.
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