Sunday, August 11, 2019
The Cornell Chronicle reviews Grant Farred’s Entre Nous: Between the World Cup and Me, on philosophy and soccer.
Heidegger died in 1976 and for all of his love of the game, would have appreciated, but did not live to witness, the purest example of “Mitstein” (being-with-the-other), one of his signature concepts, Farred maintains. That occurred at a 2017 Champions League match, in the hysteria following Barcelona’s comeback victory over Paris Saint-Germain to advance to the league quarterfinals.
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