The Gods & Technology: A Reading of Heidegger (pdf)

I am not involved in propagating an idea of newness, in fact, I freely admit that have nothing new to say. How it is said can appear in new ways, though, and the conclusion must then be said to be merely a part of the present condition of knowledge. 
I have only scanned and read bits of this piece here below, but his bit about Aristotle and Hiedegger’s cause may help in showing how what we know as reality is informed by a particular orientation upon objects, over merely a sort of evolutionary discursive meaning. 



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