File spoon-archives/bhaskar.archive/bhaskar_2000/bhaskar.0001, message 19


Date: Sat, 15 Jan 2000 20:57:22 +0000
Subject: Re: BHA: DPF 2.8: Summary


Hi Jan,

Jan Straathof <janstr-AT-chan.nl> writes
> i've read the whole bloody corpus
>in chronological order from RTS to PE, and -apart from
>some paragraphs that go 'technically' over my head- it is my
>opinion that, despite his dense turbo-language, all is clearly
>exposed, aptly defined and coherently argumentated, it fits
>together like a clock
For what it's worth, exactly my experience - except I wouldn't say
'despite', rather the 'dense turbo-language' makes the precision
possible.

I unfortunately don't know enough about the later Heidegger to assist
with your main problem. I've been reading the early Heidegger and I'm
afraid I'm inclined to think that Adorno's assessment in *The Jargon of
Authenticity* is fundamentally correct.

Mervyn


-- 
Mervyn Hartwig
J


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