Heidegger, Martin: Winke I und II
(Schwarze Hefte 1957–1959)
»Winke I und II«, volume 101 of the complete edition, form a part of Heidegger's so-called »Black Notebooks« (Schwarze Hefte). Penned in the late fifties, they continue Heidegger's project of his thinking becoming more and more condensed in itself. They are characterized by a search for a language sufficiently pliable to correspond to the idea of the »event« that Heidegger has pursued for decades. Repeatedly, these attempts are enriched by traces from the philosopher’s life, crossing the supposed gap between life and thought. The two notebooks edited here bear witness to the enormous power of a way of thinking that does not rest on knowledge that has been attained once and for all, thus throwing the radical nature of Heidegger's philosophy into bold relief.
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