From: TMB <tblan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 12 Oct 1997 12:38:45 -0400 (EDT)
On Sun, 12 Oct 1997, Henk van Tuijl wrote:
> TMB wrote:
> > Philosophy as strict
> > nonaction is not acceptable ...
> What about Lafargue?
I don't know who that is. But how about addressing it more directly? How
can philosophy purport to *know* withing engagement? How much is really
"visible", intelligible without engagement?
> > ... if you don't see the implications for what's involved in
> > something like "psychiatry" coming flying in your face upon reading
> > Heidegger, then I'm just not sure you're reading Heidegger at all.
> Reading may, of course, be defined as that upon which
> something comes flying in one's face.
Yeah, but you know what I mean. I don't mean it to be a slap in the face,
though I may have come off that way, and apologize if that's the case. But
maybe you get my meaning.
> Kindest regards,
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