20 de julio de 2008

Adorno y Heidegger

El sitio web NotreDame Philosophical Reviews ofrece la recensión de D. Pettigrew del volumen colectivo: Adorno and Heidegger: Philosophical questions editado por I. Macdonald y K. Ziarek.



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"This releasement stands in radical opposition to the calculating relation of humans to the whole of the world and to the objects that humans attempt to violently seize in a technical and scientific manner. Released thinking is neither active nor passive; it is neither the grasping of the modern subject, which attempts to get things into its grip; nor does it exercise a mere disinterested spectatorship. . . . it originates out of an attentive questioning and listening and a sensitive reflection. These characteristics indeed immediately remind us of Adorno's patient attentiveness and of the long, nonviolent look."

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The preceding citation (from Heidegger's Gelassenheit) is entirely emblematic of the careful and sensitive reflections offered by each of the contributors to this excellent volume as they interrogate the relation between the philosophical thought of Adorno and Heidegger.

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Vid. la recensión D. Pettigrew al completo en Notredame Philosophical reviews.
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