Saturday, January 09, 2021

saturdaynote



Recent weeks have been so fruitful! Besides what’s below (going back to mid-November, the most recent “saturdaynote” before today), all of the g.com discussions that emerged during the presidential campaign have been gathered into a “democratic America” project, which will develop further during this year. Current events evince my interest in philosophy of law, which gave me occasion to discover that a large project from mid-2018 never got listed in a g.com site Area (now listed).

Now, back to being drawn into “something grand” (Dec. 15).


Friday, January 08, 2021

old student, young scholar…



They have in common deserving appreciation of their path’s integrity.

A young sociology grad (I guess) from Norway engaged seriously with a posting I did at the Facebook/Habermas Page, so I gave an evening to replying thoughtfully: His confusions portended emergence of important differentiations by his own engagement! I don’t find error in that; I find emerging self-actualization. So, I portrayed us in shared engagement.

An old scholar of Heidegger’s work—“an octogenerian,” he calls himself—invited discussion of a chapter of his long-ago published book, uploaded to his academia.edu page.

Wednesday, December 30, 2020

Heidegger studies, 2020



Monday, I finished reading Heidegger’s Contributions to Philosophy: from enowning—beginning-to-end—in one week exactly: 360 pages
that are generally regarded as the most difficult in philosophy.

It all makes sense to me—coheres. Then, I re-organized the “Heidegger studies” project—not so much in light of the reading. I’ve wanted for a couple of years to do the re-organizing.

Now, I’ll get back to other things, probably not having something new
to share until the middle of January (while being grandly thankful for what I “forget”).



Saturday, December 19, 2020

an Earthanity



This is a news-tagged conception of beginning a long conceptual story.

It constellates a sense of days going by—and having gone by (to what end?)—that intimate Our ultimate openness of being.