June 21, 2006


Heidegger's way of thinking is still on an upsurge, principally because it gets written about in ways that are consistent with what he wrote. That is fed by the plethora of new translations, so Being and Time is no longer a monolith that must be conquered (read), but instead a piece in a larger puzzle. The puzzle's never done, and continues to entertain. I discovered last week that the Contributions hasn't been translated in French yet, and look at how much Heidegger continues to be discussed in France, despite left-bank existentialism having passed into the past as a XXth century curiosity. And the next piece, Mindfulness, is about to arrive. 7:07 AM 0 comments enowning

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