Re: "Letter on Humanism"--Reading 5


In what sense are you saying that Heidegger thought Ereignis is
unnecessary? In the sense that it is not necessary that there be
being rather than nothing (that intelligibility is a historically
contingent fact), or in some stronger sense?

I find this an intriguing but problematic suggestion. Could you
elaborate? Thanks,

Iain Thomson
UCSD Philo.

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