Thursday, October 8, 2015

Thursday Thoughts–October 8

Hopefully, this is both alarmingly simple and riddled with complexity.


Subjects objectify objects (self, other, world), but this does not make objects objective, since they already have that superabundant essence to begin with.


Nita de Oliveira said...

Great post! Makes me think of Heidegger's and Wittgenstein's radical attempts to avoid objectification as they recast hermeneutics and language games so as to go beyond mere propositional cognition and apprehension of reality

Greg said...

Thanks Nita.