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Heidegger

Martin . 1889--1976, German existentialist philosopher: he expounded his ontological system in Being and Time (1927)
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Heidegger, "for he never sought it in the right place.
Heidegger; "and all of you, my respected friends, are welcome to so much of this admirable fluid as may restore to you the bloom of youth.
Heidegger had been filling the four champagne glasses with the water of the Fountain of Youth.
Heidegger imputed to it, could not have been bestowed on four human beings who needed it more wofully.
Heidegger, who sat watching the experiment with philosophic coolness.
Heidegger. Then all shouted mirthfully, and leaped about the room.
Heidegger, who sat in his carved arm-chair, holding the rose of half a century, which he had rescued from among the fragments of the shattered vase.
Heidegger, holding it in the light of the sunset clouds; "it appears to be fading again."
In light of the 'abandonment' of nature to the 'machination' of the planetary technological 'frame', and in light of the need for a non-instrumental way of 'dwelling' upon Earth, Heidegger poses the following question: "Can the measure of intense suffering that surrounds the Earth awaken a transformation?" (91) In other words, "Is man, as man in his true nature until now, prepared to assume domination over the whole Earth?
There is no disputing this stark fact: Few people would argue Martin Heidegger's claim to preeminence, and his Nazism, at least at first, was public and enthusiastic.
Synopsis: Martin Heidegger (26 September 1889-26 May 1976) was a German philosopher and a seminal thinker in the Continental tradition and philosophical hermeneutics.
Alberto Constante, Imposibles de la filosofia frente a Heidegger, Ediciones Paraiso, Mexico, 2014, 196 pp.