Re: authenticity again

> That might he*lp me in my reading of him. I do read Heidegger as
> picking up Hegel's notion of the 'objective' truth as a truth we
> construct when we objectify the world. Is that how you're reading it?

> I keep referring to Hegel in interpreting him. I use Hegel as a kind of
> base, I suppose, to understand him. However, I see modes of
> consciousness in Heidegger as creating, two different language
> games (later Wittgenstein), the authentic language game, and the inauthentic
> one.
So what's difference between the two games?

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