Monthly Archives: August 2017

The Mystery’s Wellspring

“To guard the purity of the mystery’s wellspring seems to me hardest of all.” ―Martin Heidegger How one translates the verb “being” need not accord with common sense, which links it most immediately with “existing.” This is the primary function … Continue reading

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Just Reading

Every authentic form of thought contains at its core an undeconstructible point. For Derrida, this is the point where it attains or yearns for justice, or where it dwells in contact with an opening to the other that no single … Continue reading

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