Wednesday, August 08, 2018
Rachel Coventry reads "Are the sunglasses a metaphor? Some Heideggerian Considerations of the Essence of Sunglasses".
Heidegger claims that in the technological age truth withdraws or things stop ‘thinging.’ Despite this, a good deal of contemporary poetry is preoccupied with things as metaphors, perhaps demonstrating Heidegger’s thesis that in the technological age the possibility of great art is threatened.


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