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”).
-- gary e. davis --- 12:49 PM
Saturday, December 19, 2020
turn of the year and all
I feel a new era of life in light of the coming new year. “An Earthanity” is a news-tagged conception of beginning a long conceptual story—expressing a sense of constellated presence of days going by—and having gone by (to what end?)—in The Open, ultimately: in relation to (irt) Our geocentric ultimacy of the heliocentric reality.
Political processes dominated autumn: “political 2020” below. It couldn’t pass soon enough. “Summer time” (below) ended because summer ended, but it’s all part of a singular cohering. The “Spring Points” topics (below) were a major addition to “The Project currently.”
-- gary e. davis --- 8:33 PM
Tuesday, December 15, 2020
letters in light of being
I’m beginning something grand—none of it online yet.
But always enough vanity, I guess—no: more actually feeling self effacing: me and my aspirations!
Basically, I’m just glad to feel like putting new things online
Facing old notes, I find things I’d forgotten: today, a letter I never sent, now a posting (with a little prefacing): “existential moment in light of
a pole star.”
-- gary e. davis --- 8:29 PM
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