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Date: Fri, 28 Jul 2000 21:05:16 +0100
Subject: Re: talking about Irigaray


thankyou Noelle

two or three initial questions:

1) are the "elements" earth & air meant literally or (in what way)
metaphorically?

2) is not earth also abundant and the 'soil and root'  for all that
be-comes and stirs (into life)? Heidegger also privileges light and the
clearing afforded by lighting... what does Irigaray say about this
privilege? Is it on a par with earth and oblivious in the same way of air?

best wishes

michael



>Irigaray's main point in _The Forgetting of Air in Martin Heidegger_ is
>that Heidegger privileges the element earth and is oblivious to the
>element air, which is abundant and is where "everything comes to pass
>and everything stirs" (13).
>
>--Noelle McAfee
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