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Το αισθητικό και το πολιτικό: θεωρητικό και ιστορικό πλαίσιο μιας συζήτησης

Ένα ενδιαφέρον κείμενο που δημοσιεύτηκε στο ιστολόγιο αντιστροφή προοπτικής  τον Γενάρη του 2011

Τα δύο κείμενα που περιέχονται στον τόμο Τέχνη και Ριζοσπαστικότητα τα χωρίζει ένα διάστημα 23 χρόνων (1979-2002). 108 more words

κριτική θεωρία

The phenomenological aspect of sound and vision

A very long break in writing indeed: in the interim from my last blog entry, much has happened – the submission of of my honours research (which you can now read… 1,223 more words

Musings

Journal of my Journey towards Understanding: Heidegger: Is there a Being-Toward-Birth in Heideggerian ontology?

It seems to me that birth shares a lot of the features of death.

It’s my own-most past action.

Though if Dasein exists before being thrown out of the womb then it could be said that whilst in the womb biological birth was Dasein’s own-most-potentiality-of-being-in-the-world. 659 more words

Philosophy

Destroy the past to create the future: a 20th century philosopher's guide to innovation

How do we consistently come up with something new and valuable? How do we identify unrealized opportunities? These questions have been addressed extensively (to put it conservatively) over the past decades. 799 more words

The Archetype of Beauty in Islam [Academic Article]

Recently I published another academic article on my academia.edu profile titled, “The Archetype of Beauty in Islam”. Below I have provided the abstract and a brief excerpt of the article. 2,139 more words

Articles

A feature, not a bug: Agamben on Heidegger and Schmitt

This utterly phoned-in article on the continuing hand-wringing about Heidegger reminds me of a theory I’ve been developing about Agamben’s use of Heidegger and Schmitt — namely, that he’s not using them despite their Nazism, but because of it. 309 more words

Agamben

If Dasein is not Consciousness then Dasein is an Inference.

The problem I see with Heidegger’s concept of Dasein is that it is an inference. He takes the fact that every experience we have had is an experience of something; that is he takes the intentionality (or is it intensionality?) of consciousness and infers that that which is conscious is dasein. 665 more words

Philosophy