The Poetics of Resistance: Heidegger's Line

The Poetics of Resistance: Heidegger's Line

1996 | 359 Pages | ISBN: 081011318X | PDF | 24 MB

The Poetics of Resistance: Heidegger's Line is a well-informed, carefully written, and detailed treatment of the political implications of Heidegger's philosophy in its Derridean acceptation. It argues that what Heidegger calls poetic dwelling--an element of Heidegger's later thinking often ignored by his more vehement critics--is at once disruptive (of the smooth functioning of technology) and community-founding. To engage in such thoughtful, poetic dwelling is to "cross the line."


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