Saturday, September 29, 2018
At Temple University Kate Withy presented her findings on the motivations of Heidegger’s ontological difference.
[Professor Katherine Withy] had considered nine strategies for motivating this basic principle of Heidegger’s philosophy, and she argued why each and every one of them was, according to her research, a failure. She told the audience that she couldn’t find a single person who noted why a distinction between being and entities should be drawn. Still, she believes there’s much to be learned from each of the nine proposed motivations.
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