Re: Welcome to heidegger

Did I mention Being and Time? Yes, I did. But it bears repeating: Being and

David Schenk writes:
>On Wed, 3 May 1995, Lois Shawver wrote:
>> What do you think is the best way to get into later Heideggerian thought?
>> What do you suggest I read?
>> ..Lois Shawver
>Ohhh-- Heidegger's later philosophy messes with my head in a serious
>way. That's part of why I'm not in the readings people are doing on the
>Letter on Humanism. However, there is this one little piece in _Basic
>Writings_ that is quite readable. It's called "Building,
>Dwelling, Thinking." It's very short and sweet and it is even accessible
>to persons as impatient as myself.
>-David Schenk
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dominion that the original data in the realm of human affairs will appear, or,
rather, reappear, in their authentic diversity." -- Hannah Arendt

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