Saturday, June 16, 2018
In LARB Josh Stephens reviews Richard Sennett’s Building and Dwelling.
Sennett takes full advantage of the breadth and vagueness of the concept of “ethics” to discuss seemingly anything and everything that comes into his mind. His title derives from a Heidegger essay, “Building Dwelling Thinking.” Sennett notes, “The absence of commas indicates that these three concepts form one experience.”
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