An interview: Alexander Dugin on Martin Heidegger.
At face value, it appears he is making a good point: as perhaps you might see thru an lsd trip, Dasien lends itself to misconfigurations of impetus, ‘mistakes’in the interpretation of what is actually occurring: facism, liberalism and communism can be seen to be extensions of the possible mistakes. A fourth could be then an ‘actual’ or maybe’true’ reading of Hiedeggers meaning without the mistakes lead by (zizek) traumatic reads of modern ‘desire product’ called capital.
But the apocokyptic angle i think might just be alarmist. Already people are speculating about ‘post-capitalist’ and ‘the fall of capitalism’; this guy at least has what appears to be some critical substance, however far-out in the future it might be.
I guess it depends how fanatically people misinterpret him and how fanatical he is himself to allow it.
What do you think?
Here the link to the Interview.