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The Thinker as Poet

To think is to confine yourself to a

single thought that one day stands

still like a star in the world’s sky.

- Martin Heidegger, in Poetry, Language, Thought

Language

Happiness and Unhappiness


We looked at Marx’s claim that the economies we live in determine almost everything about our lives, including how we understand what our aim in life should be. 561 more words

The Ghost in the Machine

It’s been quite a while since I’ve written on here, and not because I’ve grown bored of it mind you. I just haven’t had any time to write between the marrying and the honeymooning and the best friend marrying and the moving to Waco – no time indeed. 1,297 more words

Psychedelic Aesthetics Lecture 6: Marcuse and One-Dimensional Man

Once the gods, once God, helped us not to belong to the earth where everything passes away, and helped us, our eyes fixed upon the unperishing that is the superterrestrial, to organize meanwhile this earth as a dwelling place. 5,072 more words

Film-Philosophy Conference 2014

After returning from a month and a half long visit to Scotland at the beginning of the year, I was back on the plane to Glasgow for the… 1,482 more words

Nihilism

Two worlds. Ernst Cassirer and Martin Heidegger in Davos

The small town of Davos in Switzerland is a place more than well-known, not at least as for its many sanatoriums where the richesse of Old Europe cured its diseases. 1,167 more words