Heidegger’s birthday

Martin Heidegger’s birthday today. You may or may not want to mark it by reading something by him.

4 Responses

  1. Wouldn’t celebrating his death be more appropriate? And celebrating Arendt’s birth?

  2. Jeremy:

    This is perfectly off topic to this blog, please have mercy on us.

    Would you mind to care about the foucaultian readers who are truely interested in Foucault?

    Seriously.

    PD
    Scu`s comment is interesting.

  3. What’s wrong with Heidegger’s thought?

    And I strongly recommend his lecture course: “Kant and the Problem of Metaphysics”.

  4. Given Foucault’s comment that “For me Heidegger has always been the essential philosopher … My entire philosophical development was determined by my reading of Heidegger” perhaps it isn’t entirely off-topic. He was a rather unpleasant individual though, by all accounts.

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