Re: "Letter on Humanism"--Reading 10

> I will spare the reader here a lengthy critique of the limits of this
> "moral metaphysical skepticism," though it is interesting to note that
> Plato had to slip the idea of the Good into his philosophy to provide the
> animus to thinking that Being provides for Heidegger. It would be
> interesting to exam Plato on Being and the Good a little more closely in
> light of Heidegger's proposal here. I don't have time to attend to that
> now. But it certainly seems right for Brad to mention this concern in his
> commentary on this reading.

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