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Poetry, Language, Thought Hofstader s capable translation of these extraordinary Heidegger essays makes this one of the indispensable books of 20th century philosophy This collection is especially indicative of Heidegger s turn to art and poetry, particularly in his amazingly complex Origin of the Work of Art and Poetically, Man Dwells The Thing is also a remarkable essay in Heidegger s descriptions of the closing of distances in modernity, as well as his phenomenological observations of the relation between th Hofstader s cap so many circles i don t think i made it out of the maze im still very lost it was fun at times like i was on the teacup ride a little circle inside a larger circle , but then i d start to feel nauseous and kinda wanna be on the ground again amongst others other times it felt like i was a circle on a venn diagram that was not intersecting with heidegger s circle but then what about everyone who doesn t intersect with heidegger s circle idk idk anyway im exhausting the circle met so many circles i don t think i made it out of the maze im still very lost it was fun a Poetry, Language, Thought Collects Martin Heidegger S Pivotal Writings On Art, Its Role In Human Life And Culture, And Its Relationship To Thinking And Truth Essential Reading For Students And Anyone Interested In The Great Philosophers, This Book Opens Up Appreciation Of Heidegger Beyond The Study Of Philosophy To The Reaches Of Poetry And Our Fundamental Relationship To The World Featuring The Origin Of The Work Of Art, A Milestone In Heidegger S Canon, This Enduring Volume Provides Potent, Accessible Entry To One Of The Most Brilliant Thinkers Of Modern Times. I never read the big H before, because he s a fucking Nazi I try not to read things by fucking assholes But the name makes some amazing points about how and why the poet artist must create How can a smart person also be a Nazi I don t know. Poetry, Language, Thought, Martin Heidegger 1381 265 9645996503 20 Poetry, Language, Thought, Martin Heidegger 1381 265 9645996503 20 Absolutely one of Heidegger s best works Initially, I read specific pieces The Origin of the Work of Art, The Thing, and Language from the book for a couple philosophy classes for my major however, after doing so, I decided to read the book in its ent I hereby absolve myself of any guilt over not finishing this book. This was a refreshing read What I really like about Heidegger is his capacity to bring to the fore new definitions and to stick to them Even though he is usually linked to Nazism, i think that people tend to forget that behind that name also lies a whole heritage of philosophy whose aim id to detect truth where we do not usually see it But what I find a bit off is There was one chapter about art that I read for an independent study in college It was about 42 pages and took me, literally, all summer to read I have never read so slowly in my life I read every single sentence about two million times and the depth of understanding was not proportional to that number it actually, in some cases, with some sentences, decreased Heidegger is insanely circular and creates his own language, almost a code, which you then have to translate from his equally origi There was one chapter about art that I read for an independent study in college It was about 42 pages and took me, literally, all summer to read I have never read so slowly in my life I read every single sentence about two million times and the depth of un The nature of poetry, which has now been ascertained very broadly but not on that account vaguely, may here be kept firmly in mind as something worthy of questioning, something that still has to be thought through.The above is lifted from The Origin of the Work of Art, the second piece and first essay of this bewildering collection Overall Poetry, Language, Thought was the most difficult text I ve finished since last summer I read nearly every page fou The nature of poetry, which has now been ascertained very broadly but not on that account vaguely, may here be kept firmly in mind as something worthy of questioning, something that still has to be thought through.The above is lifted from The Origin of the Work of Art, the second piece and first essay of this bewildering collection Overall Poetry, Langu

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