August 7, 2009

Heidegger: we are pithless

Filed under: Uncategorized — ubikcan @ 11:41 am

We have today [1923] become so pithless and weak-kneed that we are no longer able to hold out in the asking of a question. When the one philosophical medicine man cannot answer it, then one runs to the next. The demand increases the supply. In popular terms, this is called: an increased interest in philosophy.

Ontology–the hermeneutics of facticity, p. 16


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