That Heidegger Post I Said I Was Going To Write

Martin Heidegger states this idea nicely: “Profound boredom, drifting here and there in the abysses of our existence like a muffling fog, removes all things and men and oneself along with it into a remarkable indifference. This boredom reveals being as a whole.”

Wikipedia is not an acceptable primary source. Yes, this means that I am still gathering information. I did some work and have since realized that I need to read a few books before I can accurately comment on Martin Heidegger’s complex political situation, even the brief version that was given to me as an introduction to Heidegger’s existentialism.

6 thoughts on “That Heidegger Post I Said I Was Going To Write”

  1. No one is expecting you to become a being-who-provides-an-amazing-amount-of-information-about-Heigegger in one week. Wouldn’t it be better to move forward with what you have learned instead of hiding behind your Ph.D. dissertation for five years. Or waiting until you have your own equivalent of Being and Time to unveil.

  2. I still haven’t even bothered to look up who Heidegger is.

    On an unrelated note though, I am becoming interested in preventing Chuckles from accessing the ‘Categories’ feature.

  3. No one is expecting you to become a being-who-provides-an-amazing-amount-of information-about Heigegger in one week.

    Speak for yourself, Bitch.

    On an unrelated note though, I am becoming interested in preventing Chuckles from accessing the ‘Categories’ feature.

    dEn, marry me!

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