For modernity, thinking is disdained as afterthought. Although primarily concerned with two, this book is really about four figuresHegel, Marx, Nietzsche, and Heidegger.
It is also a book about how we might understand the half and a bit of the next two centuries of Nietzsches extravagant claim, through which we have already lived. To be in-midst of something is to find oneself in the most difficult of places for understanding. We neither properly see the end, nor entirely remember the beginning. Yet life itself is this being in the midst: life rarely, if ever, grants us more than this. And so it is both the most difficult, and the most familiar, and even the most privileged, place from which to think.
If we are halfway through, we are in the eye of the tempest. And what tempest there has been. For since the birth of we have seen a resurgent Germany, the eye of the European storm, crushed Night Delighter - Various - Club Dancing 83 once, but twice.
We have seen the mighty empires of Britain and the Soviet Union if it is correct to understand the latter as an empire enter their full flower and fade or fall. We have seen another ancient empire come to an end and transform itself into a mighty nation which is communist by name, and seemingly capitalist by nature, and which is locked in a financial, economic, and political brace with its seeming oppositeif this is one way to understand the extraordinary fate of China and its emerging and surprising relations with the United States.
It has been said more than once that the proletariat of the United States is Chinese. And we have seen the United States, a second Europe in both size and design, become the guarantor and pinnacle of Western liberal democracy. All of this has been called by Heidegger, and by others around him Ernst and Georg Jnger, and the circle around the journal Die Tatthe planetary, global, reach of Occidental ideas, which had its intellectual and spiritual birth in antiquity, in Greece.
This book is also an attempt to grapple with the. Die Geschichte ist niemals notwendig historisch. In der Theorie der Historie waltet die Geschichte als das Unumgng- liche. The two centuries in question are, above all, European, and this book is essentially about Europe. In saying this there Ne Me Quitte Pas - Various - Les 12 Plus Belles Chansons Du Monde a great dangerthat every non-European, or everyone who thinks himself to have overcome the Eu- rocentrism of modern thought, will decide this book is not for me.
To say these centuries are Europes is to understand the extent to which Europe has overtaken the world. North America, that site of the improvement and overcoming of Europe, is itself an entirely European affair. Karl Marx was in no doubt that Europeeven Germany alonewas the vanguard of progress toward communism: he was no nationalist or provincial thinker.
To think that Europe can be, or has been, overcome and left behind, is itself a coloni- zation of the worst kind, for to believe that the foremost intellectual ideas are themselves a vanguard which have already reached far beyond Jeg Vil Ha Deg - Stille Før Stormen - Jeg Vil Ha Deg shores of Europe in laying hold of the whole planet through a single grasp is already to be oneself in the grip of the essence of European, Western, thought, and so not its overcoming.
Heidegger noted in a lecture in thatfor just three examplesthe worlds of ancient India, China, and Japan remained ever more lost to thinking: this question becomes ever more urgent, as European thinking threatens Large Hadron Collider - Bernd Kistenmacher - Antimatter to become planetary, so that today Indians, the Chinese and Japanese in many cases can only pass on the matter of their experiences in our European manners of thought.
In this kind of Eurocentrism, everything becomes a mishmash so that we no longer know whether the ancient Indians were English empiricists or whether Lao-tzu was a Kantian. Heidegger distinguished the German term Abendland the land of the evening, of the passing of the day, and the preparation for the new beginning the day that is yet to comefrom the word Europe, by which latter term he meant the entire West and its planetary reach he even at one time speaks of Europe and Asia as Eurasian, and a single place, by which he meant to indicate the essential identity and uniformity of Western.
Diese Frage wird um so brennender, als das europische Denken auch darin planetarisch zu werden droht, da die heutigen Inder, Chinesen und Japaner uns das von ihnen Erfahrene vielfach nur noch in unserer europischen Denkweise zutragen.
Heidegger understands that, as the opening toward the other begin- ning of which we will learn something as we proceed, the evening-land is the future of history,8 and so is the promise of what comes after the twilight of the end, and what unfolds after we have undergone the rediscovery of the meaning of the darkness of the night. The Occident is, for Heidegger, a word which yields the meaning of our history: by contrast the merely European, or Western, is the drive to seize the planet, to grasp and dominate it through the essence of technology, a drive which occludes the Occidental destiny.
To return to action: does thought give rise to events, or are events the basis for ideas? This is the riddle of metaphysics, from beginning to end. This riddle, this question, which lies at the heart of these two centuries, lies at the center of this book. At the same time, the riddle of metaphysics will turn out to be the riddle of subjectivity, as we shall see. Who is the subject of this book, and for whom is it written?
The question of subjectivity, of how to understand the human person and what humanity is how the subject thinks and acts has also formed the basis of the intellectual and spiritual struggle over the future of thinking, and the future of Europe and the planet as a whole, that came to such a refinement in the nineteenth century and has given birth to the ideas of its successor and our own.
Even more than Ren Descartes was Immanuel Kant the thinker of modernitys understanding of subjectivity. Hegel, Marx, Nietzsche, and Heidegger are each responding to questions that are Kants legacy for modern thinking. Kant is the thinker par excellence of the bersinnliche, the supersensible, that unity of the subject which constitutes the formal ground and cause of its freedom and is the ori- gin of practical ethical action in the human subject, over against the visible appearances of the things of nature.
Kant in several places posited a formal, seemingly unbridgeable division between the supersensible and the realm of sense, although he does concede that the power or faculty of judgment, because it can grasp nature as an end the ground of grasping the planet as a.
On one occasion at least Heidegger explicitly distinguished the Abendland from the Occi- dent, as a way of repudiating the cultural pessimism of Spengler, but to have replicated this in my English translations would have meant leaving the word Abendland untranslated, an unsat- isfactory solution. Das Abendland ist die Zukunft der Ge- schichte. Marxs drive for a fully concrete materialism is born from this war: but not less is Heideggers de- termined understandingexpressed as early as that philosophical research is and remains atheism,10 adding and precisely in this atheism [it] becomes what a great man once called the Gay Science.
The centrality of Marxs writing to modern thought means that Marxs terms are very familiar to us. Marx was not, in any case, a particular innova- tor of terms, even as he was an innovative thinker. Class, surplus value, com- modity fetishism, alienation, realism, nature, historical and dialectical ma- terialism, humanism and its counter-essence, antihumanism all of these and the character in which Marx and Engels speak have become part of the intellectual fabric of Western thought.
This is not because we have absorbed Marx and Marxismunwittingly, as it werebut because Marx spoke, and still speaks, not just to, but for and of the age in which we are.
Marxs famil- iarity to us is because ours is first his voice, when whatever our personal political commitments we think socially: his voice, as much as Nietzsches, is The Man (Boombasstrick Remix Radio Edit) - Chris R.
- The Man will continue to be the narrators, as we live the unfolding history of these two hundred years.
Heideggers language is altogether more strange. A master of the Ger- man language on the level of Martin Luther or Friedrich Nietzsche, Hei- degger has often been accused either approvingly, or with disdain of coin- ing neologisms to weave a poetic, even mystical, language for thinking.
Much of Heideggers German translates, or has been translated, only poorly into English which is invariably hardly the fault of the translators, as my own at. See Immanuel Kant, Kritik der Urteilskraft, and following. Philos- ophische Forschung ist und bleibt Atheismus. Und gerade in diesem Atheismus wird sie zu dem, was ein Groer einmal sagte, zur Frhlichen Wissenschaft.
Heidegger him- self was aware of how newly arrived the German tongue was to the language of thinking, and he commented on issues of translation in many of his lec- ture courses and public writings. We take for granted that a term in one language has an immediate Cheer Up - Reel Big Fish - Cheer Up! in another. Heidegger was often at pains to point out that translation from one language to another tends to seize upon one meaning in an otherwise polysemic term which, in rendering that well, excludes the others.
All too often the very significance of the term and its employment is its polysemywhat it is able to suggest and draw forth in its penumbra, as much as what it directly says. On one occa- sion, he cites the example of the translation of a phrase employed by Greek mathematicians, koinai ennoiai, into German as allgemeine angenommene Vorstellungen.
Heidegger notes that Plato was fond of this word; it says: insight, to get insight, and, indeed, with the inner eye. Platos koinai ennoiai, more literally things commonly in-minded, does indicate community of knowledge, but not in the sense of an already-agreed meaning as universally assumed ideas might suggest but as what might give you the same insight as I might have, were we to be granted the insight that a thing can give to the one well attuned to it and ca- pable of rising up to reach it.
This is very far from Gottfried Leibnizs view, as Heidegger understands it, that the allgemeine angenommene Vorstellungen are in each case what is held by all as obvious: aptitude, capacity, alertness, success, andfar from psychological capabilitywhat can be granted by.
Heideggers discussions of issues of translation are too numerous to cite. Much of the subject matter of the lecture course Der Satz vom Grund GA10 is concerned with issues of translation, and the Carried Away - Fjord Rowboat - Saved The Compliments For Morning is repeatedly discussed in Was heit Denken GA8where Heidegger says jede bersetzung ist aber schon Auslegung each translation is, however, already interpretation.
Platon gebraucht das Wort gern; es besagt: Einblick, Einblick nehmen und zwar mit dem geistigen Auge. Reginald Lilly, Heidegger concludes that the possibilities for thoughtful conversation with a tradition that nurtures and invigorates us fails, because instead we consign our speaking in electronic thought- and calculation- machines, an occurrence which will lead modern technology and knowledge to completely new procedures and unforeseen consequences, that perhaps will push aside reflective thinking as something useless and therefore dispos- able.
Heidegger did coin neologisms, but many of these were developments of words either already present in the tradition, or renderings into German of Greek terms. Dasein, literally here-being and never being-there ,17 can also mean existence and presence, and is a word to be found all over the works of Kant, Hegel, and Marx himself. Mitsein, meaning with- being, which Heidegger in Being and Time especially expanded into Miteinandersein, being-with-one-another, is a literal rendering of the Greek word sunousia, with-being, together-being, which can mean community, sociality, society, society in the older English sense of companyand among other meanings even sexual copulation.
Perhaps one of Heideggers least understood, but most abused, neologisms is ontotheology, a term he developed specifically in explanation of Hegels thought, Caroline Says II - Lou Reed - Retro so which will concern us later.
Ontotheology names the whole of metaphysics, and names this whole by naming how every being Greek on is taken as a thing to be inquired into, and so is taken in relation to what is most beingful in the thing, which Aristotle had defined as either first or highest being and then theology. The theology in question was at first nothing to do with Abraham.
The Latin literally says things which are held by all for having been made evident compare Leibniz, Consilium de Encyclopdia nova con- scribenda methodo inventoria, Weil die Mglichkeiten des den- kenden Gesprchs mit einer uns erregenden, frdersamen berlieferung fehlen, weil wir statt dessen unser Sprechen in die elektronischen Denk- und Rechenmaschinen hineinschicken, ein Vorgang, der die moderne Technik und Wissenschaft zu vllig neuen Verfahrensweisen und un- absehbaren Erfolgen fhren wird, die vermutlich das besinnliche Denken als etwas Unntzes und darum Entbehrliches abdrngen.
See the discussion of Heideggers rejection of this translation on 31, n. For Aristotle, it named what of a thing is divine and so expressive of the aei onthe being-ever-same that is the property of the gods. In what Hei- degger calls the christianisation of philosophy this becomes the revealed, Abrahamic God himself, as that one who is most in being and so who gives being to all particular beings.
This giving being is also to be understood as causing each being to be, a philosophical rendering of the first line of the biblical Book of Genesis In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.
Ontotheology names the whole tradition of metaphysics from its inception in Plato and Aristotle, through All Talk (Vocals Only) - Kant B Caught - My City 2000 theistic entanglements, up to Hegel, and so beyond.
In this sense, Heidegger first coined the word Onto- ego-theo-logy, the ego in question naming Hegels absolute subjectivity, which we will examine in great detail, and which names the whole of meta- physics as both a psychology and the humanism with which divinity, God, and being became wrapped up. The riddle of subjectivity underpins the whole of the dialogue this book attempts to enter. That riddle is given in the indeterminacy of the subjectivity of the subject in the metaphysics of Hegel and Nietzschethe metaphysics which Marx and Heidegger confront.
The subjectivity of the subject, given in the pure ego cogito which accompanies every self-reflexion of the being of being-human, is at the same time empty. The word cogito is ordinarily trans- lated as I think but can just as well mean I deliberate and even I act: it stands in contrast to the other verb for thinking that Descartes uses, intelligo: I Preciso Urgentemente Encontrar Um Amigo - Mutantes* - A Divina Comédia Ou Ando Meio Desligado I understand.
The distinction in two forms of knowledgeintelligo and cogito Descartes had in effect received Raggedy Ann - J. E. Mainer - The Legendary J. E. Mainer: Volume 13 the origin of philosophy, a distinction described by Aristotle. Aristotle suggests that there are two ways in which something is true. The first, he says, is what is seen for itself: the seeing of a particular thing is true elsewhere he speaks of this as always true ,18 and this seeing refers to thinking nous directly, and recognizes the thing in its being true, its essence,19 such that this is not some concern about how it is to be described or said.
It is for. Aristotle, De anima, b This statement is not the result of a proof, or a syllogism, but a matter so self-evident that it is outside the realm of every possible doubt, and so is inerrant. It is the one statement which, belonging to the sphere of what is deliberative the realm of the true and the falsewhenever spoken by a subject, must only be true. For Descartes, what the intellect knows, it knows absolutely, and as a matter of fact.
However, whereas the will of God cannot err, the will of man not only can, but routinely does err. The human will is, of its very nature, er- rant. If Descartes can find one truth that the will knows and which cannot be said to err, then he has established a connection between the actually infinite will of God and the only potentially infinite will of man.
That truth is cogito. Cogitare has an active sense: it is essentially a productive thought. To cogi- tate is not to twiddle the thumbs, but productively to think the I-think, ac- tively to represent the self Aus Der Tiefe - Schattenspiel - Missing In Action And Presumed Dead the self. Such a thinking is also a doing.
Several times Heidegger drew attention to the etymology of cogitare as co-agitatio, from Latin co- meaning with, alongside and together, and agere, to act, to do. We shall see that Marx effortlessly takes over this place of God for the sake of man, when he describes man alone as the crea- tive one, that one who creates by producing his own future. For to produce is to create, and creation, hitherto and in the epoch of theistic metaphys- ics, is the one action proper to God which man can only imitate, after the fact of his own creation.
As Heidegger himself tersely noted: the agere as facere, creare. We would paraphrase this as: humanly to act is to make, to create. The subject produces and creates, in virtue of the will. The will, in thinking, acts. Heidegger shows how this co-agitatio is, therefore, in itself already velle, willing. With the subjectivity of Uzowuzwa - Slikour - Ventilation Mixtape Vol.
2 subject will comes to ap- pearance as the essence of subjectivity. Die wird umgedeutet zur actualitas des actus. Das agere als facere, creare. The first part says Energeia comes to be reinterpreted as the actuality of the thing done. Die co-agitatio aber ist in sich schon velle, wollen.
Indeed, in establishing the distinction between factual, visible self-evident truth and deliberative truththe distinction on which Descartes draws to establish the subjectiv- ity of the subjectwe find Aristotle wondering why this distinction was not noticed by anyone before.
On the one hand, subjec- tivity establishes the human being as a pure postulate, a self-representation to itself: as such this postulate is indeterminate in itself. The subject is prior to gender, class, education, history, color, race, sexuality, ability, belief, andso on.
On the other hand, in order to bring about its determinations, the sub- ject has to act, or rather enact the subjectivity that it is: it becomes the things that it does or represents in the outer world.
A conventional, and purely psychological account of this enacting determines subjectivity from out of drives and lacks, the fulfillment of needs.
None of this explains the mo- ment of extreme risk and confrontation with nullity undertaken by the acting subject, who wills, to become. Descartes was largely unconcerned with this aspect of subjectivity, but Kant illustrates the essential connection between cogitation and the justification required for every Youre In Kentucky Sure As Youre Born - Isham Jones Orchestra - Youre In Kentucky Sure As Youre B. Kant refers to this as the problem of how, in particular, subjective conditions of thought can have objective validity: how they might become.
Risk and nullity are overcome by the justification of the self in self-justification: I have the right to be, or do, this that I am, orenact. Nietzsches understanding of justice and justification Gerechtigkeit is the ground from out of which he establishes the differences between sub. See Aristotle, De anima, a22b Aristotle mentions Empedocles explicitly, but then goes on to speak of all the earlier ones who preceded him and failed to make this distinction.
It seems to elude him unless he is being ironic that the distinction was never made because the earlier thinkers were thinking in a quite different way about the nature oftruth, and that Aristotles distinction is therefore a genuine innovation. Wie nmlich subjektive Bedingungen des Denkens objektive Gltigkeit haben [sollten]. Kant denkt in seiner kri- tischen Grundlegung der Metaphysik die letzte Selbstsicherung der transzendentalen Aus Der Tiefe - Schattenspiel - Missing In Action And Presumed Dead tivitt als die quaestio iuris der transzendentalen Deduktion.
Selbst- Gerechtigkeit. Justice retains its connection with legality only in the sense that justice legitimates and authorizes difference, differentiation as such. Inasmuch as I can lay claim to a justification, I can lay claim to the value on which I am set and it cannot, without justice, be taken from me. Feel The Rush - Kinetic Science - Music For The People argues that merely to possess the will is in no way sufficient rather, truly, no one has a higher claim to our veneration than he who possesses the drive and strength for justice.
Morality is established from out of the justification that any subject can summon in defense of his or her cogitation. Every con- temporary politics functions in this manner. Nevertheless, we must under- stand what this means: for the will to power as Nietzsche understands it is not the will to will in the most obvious sense of I must get what I want, all I need is to dare to will, to get it.
Justice means that, for instance, every commanding political leader experiences the command to lead from out of the will to power as a destiny to which he or she is justified, and to which he has to rise up to attain. Justice confers, not the enactment of a supervenient sense of power, but the attainment to a sense of entitlement.
Every leader called into this destiny does so for the sake of all other social relations which flow from that leadership: I am the one destined to undertake this task for all your sakes: I do this for you: each and all. The most public and prevailing concept in contemporary political dis- course is indeed that of justice. A battle cry of the Left,31 it names some- thing so immediately intelligible to the modern world that it is increasingly taken up with equal force in the rhetoric of the Right.
It is in this sense that the politics of Left and Right and every other politics besidesiden- tity politics, ecological politics, the politics of animal rights, and so forth is on the way to being better explained by Nietzsche than by Marx.
Or rather. Friedrich Nietzsche, vol. Es gengt durchaus nicht, den Willen dazu allein zu haben. Wahrlich, niemand hat in hherem Grade einen Anspruch auf unsere Verehrung als der, welcher den Trieb und die Kraft zur Gerechtigkeit besitzt. See, for example, the character of Alain Badious, in his play Lincident de Antioch, and whom Stop Messin Around - Aerosmith - Honkin On Bobo quotes in his Lhypothse communiste.
In the name of the revolution, she speaks re- peatedly of the will to justice, the consciousness that organizes justice, and the history of justice.
Alain Badiou, Lhypothse communiste, 23, La volont de justice. Every subjectivity, to exist and appear in the social sphere, must be able to justify its place. To achieve this, my claim to justice must be unassailable: you must give me justice because you can find no reason to deny me. In this, justification retains its essential connection with law as it is understood in contemporary liberal democracy.
If this is Nietzsches view, then not so Marx,32 who in savaging the pretensions of the socialists who founded social democracy in Germany held justice in contempt, describing it as a merely bourgeois concept: do not the bourgeois assert, that today the distribution of property is just?
And is it not in fact the only just distribution on the basis of todays means of production? In Das Kapital, Marx expressly connects relations of will with economic relations.
Every contractual, legal relation relation of justice is a reflection of the real economic relations that pertain and make them possible: the contents of this relation of will or justice is given through the economic relation itself. An entire divi- sion of Heideggers seminar on the second of Nietzsches Untimely Meditations was devoted to the relation in Nietzsche between justice and truth. Shandro, in attempting to formulate a Marxist theory of justice, provides a good survey of the American, French, and Soviet literature that discusses the extent to which no theory of justice exists in Marx.
Shandro, A Marxist Theory of Justice? Behaupten die Bourgeois nicht, da die heutige Verteilung gerecht ist? Und ist sie in der Tat nicht die einzige gerechte Verteilung auf Grundlage der heutigen Produktionsweise? Werden die konomischen Verhltnisse durch Rechtsbegriffe geregelt, oder entspringen nicht umgekehrt die Rechtsver- hltnisse aus den konomischen?
Der Inhalt dieses Rechts- oder Willensverhlt- nisses ist durch das konomische Verhltnis selbst gegeben. Unzeitgemer Betrach- tung GA46 Hegel and Nietzsche share a radical rejection of the claims of justice. On the one hand, Marx seeks to show how all differentiation between subjects will be overcome through the highest development of economic relations.
This development will result in an absolute equalization of every subject, so that the inequalities of surplus value will be replaced, not by the abolition of value, but by each participating fully in the value he creates. Heidegger, on the other hand, seeks to show how the end of metaphysics is itself the overcoming of subjectivity: in this sense justice as an effect of the will to power is overcome by dike ordinarily translated from the Greek as jus- tice.
Heidegger says of dike just as impossible as the interpretation of the [Greek] polis on the basis of the modern state or the Roman res publica is the interpretation of this dike in the sense of modern justice and the Roman iustitia. The word has resonance both with what is ordered by fate vom Schicksal gefgtbut also that which is fgsam, obedient.
Obedient to what and to whom we will only discover in understanding Heideggers own political engagement, as we proceed. What Heidegger seeks to convey is a proper fittedness of human life, its being held together in its relations without compulsion or constraint, but in proper order.
Marx and Heidegger reject the contemporary juridical understand- ing of justice because each understands that what is truly at issue for hu- manity is not what man wills for himself, but rather what is ordered and or- dained for humanity, which then lets humanity truly come to be, that which although Marx never speaks in these terms is fated for humanity and into which it grows up, rather than what it simply wills as its choice or desire: in this they both thought alike and yet did not think the same.
It is this under- standing of the political, and what Marx What Now My Love?
- Nelson Riddle - Music For Wives & Lovers Heidegger understood this to mean, that truly concerns this book and the dialogue it seeks to unfold. Martin Heidegger, Parmenides GA54 Gleich unmglich wie die Deutung der aus dem neuzeitlichen Staat oder aus der rmischen res publica ist die Deutung der aus der neuzeitlichen Gerechtigkeit und der rmischen iustitia.
Die als der Fug, der das Menschen- tum in die Verhltnisse seines Verhaltens weisend fgt. Order is the word chosen by the English translators of this text.
Each has had a formative influence on not just one, but many, schools of thought, interpretation, and in Marxs case, political practice. Even among those who would bear the name Marxist, we find vastly differing in- terpretations of Marx. On the other hand, those who have attempted to place Marx and Heidegger side by Aus Der Tiefe - Schattenspiel - Missing In Action And Presumed Dead or put them into dialogue of any kind have been few. Philosophically, both thinkers stand in a strong tradition of writ- ing after Hegeland of the self-conscious repudiation of Hegel, although for Marx and Heidegger this takes quite different forms.
Both are strongly influenced by Aristotle as indeed, was Hegelalthough this book will only glimpse, and only very much later, the confrontation with Aristotle that un- derlies the dialogue between them. Heidegger apparently only rarely, and then never systematically, engaged with Marx, but as we shall see later, there are constant intimations that his reading of Marx and other Marxists, Lenin included ran far deeper than is commonly supposed.
This chapter begins with Heideggers most publicly visible commentary on Marx a commentary he makes in other places in the same decade 1 before examining how other thinkers have sought to bring Marx and Heidegger together. This provides the preliminary backdrop of the contrasting understanding of the produc- tive dialogue that the following chapters will develop, a dialogue which to my knowledge has not been attempted on this scale before.
To bring Marx and Heidegger into proximity in this way immediately brings before us the common language that they share. Marx and Heidegger both inquire into, and take up, the range of terms that was established before them, especially in the tradition of German idealism, beginning with Kant, and more fully developed in Hegel and Friedrich Schelling.
Marx and Hei. It is worth recalling how recently the German language had become a philosophical languagearguably only with Kant. Kants im- mediate predecessors, the Silesian Christian Wolff, the Berliner Alexander Baumgarten, and before them the almost pan-European Gottfried Leibniz, had all written the burden of their philosophical work in either Latin, or in Leibnizs case, Latin and French.
German had, until the Enlightenment in which Kant, and to a lesser extent Gotthold Lessing, were such central fig- ures, been a demotic, rather than technical, speech. When Marx speaks in of how Germany assumed only theoretically and so in its philosophy the progress that other Western nations had made in practice and so in fulfilment of their history ,2 he is speaking of a Germany that is itself at the time a theoretical rather than geographical unity attaining its greatest size only in under Bismarckand a philosophy that was truly articulated in the German language only within living memory.
The freshness and promise of all Marx names with this Kann Denn Liebe Sünde Sein? - Klaus Wunderlich - 24 Melodien, Die Man Nie Vergißt, Vol.
1 is barely visible Close Your Eyes - Delapi - Skizzen Eines Träumers us now, and yet is itself for Marx the very evidence of an upsurge of possibility of vast import, proportion, and vitality.
In Heidegger raised the question of Marx, as if spontaneously, in a television interview with Richard Wisser. The question of the demand for world change leads us back to Karl Marxs frequently quoted statement from his Theses on Feuerbach. I would like to quote it exactly and read out loud: Philosophers have only interpreted the world differently; what matters is to transform it. When this statement is cited and when it is followed, it is overlooked that changing the world presup- poses a change in the positing of the world.
A positing of the world can only be won by adequately interpreting the world. That means: Marxs demand for a change is based upon a very definite interpretation of the world, and therefore this statement is proved to be without foundation.
It gives the im. See the discussion Vendetta - Trespass - One Of These Days: The Trespass Anthology this on What appears at first to be so decisive a dismissal of Marx is, Aus Der Tiefe - Schattenspiel - Missing In Action And Presumed Dead course, nothing of the kind.
It is hardly accidental that, inthe question of Marx and the consequences of what he thought should have been to the fore: a little more than a year before there had been a near-social revolution in France, led in part by Marxist influences, and which had repercussions across Europe and especially, for Heidegger, in West Germany, given the widespread student movements that followed it there.
The cold war with the Soviet Union, with its concomitant, the constant threat of nuclear annihila- tion, was the backdrop of international relations. Communism was counter- posed to social democracy in every region of the globe: either directly, or in the spirited struggle for influence.
What Heidegger exposes is not the marginal character of Marx, but an ambiguity, one that persists to the present day: does thought produce action, or is every action preparatory for what is to be thought? What does it mean to interpret the world? And in interpreting the world, why does inter- pretation differ with respect to who interprets, and when? Is there a single interpretation of the world, which is true, and against which every par- ticular interpretation is ultimately to be measured?
Or is all interpretation merely grounded in the particularity of standpoint, mine, and yours, and theirs? The implication of Marxs statement is that change overcomes differ- ence: transformation is a unifying force. How so? Into this Heidegger inserts his own thinking: from where does the demand for thinking, for philosophy, spring? From the experience of change; or from the need to interpret; or does it spring forth from a decisive standpoint that already holds in view, and so has decided despite the way the world is how the world should be?
And in this latter, if we know what should be on the basis of what is not, then from whence did that knowledge of what we know should pertain spring, given that it did not spring from the conditions of things as they are, but rather. Ich will ihn ganz zitieren und vorlesen: Die Philosophen haben die Welt nur verschieden interpretiert; es kmmt darauf an, sie zu verndern. Bei der Zitation dieses Satzes und bei der Befolgung dieses Satzes bersieht man, da eine Weltvernderung eine n- derung der Weltvorstellung voraussetzt und da eine Weltvorstellung nur dadurch zu gewinnen ist, da man die Welt zureichend interpretiert.
Das heit: Marx fut auf einer ganz bestimmten Weltinterpretation, um seine Vernderungen zu fordern, und dadurch erweist sich dieser Satz als nicht fundierter Satz.
Er erweckt den Eindruck, als sei entschieden gegen die Philosophie gesprochen, whrend im zweiten Teil des Satzes unausgesprochen die Forderung nach einer Phi- losophie vorausgesetzt ist Heideggers and Wissers emphases from the published transcripts.
How then do conditions determine consciousness, where consciousness would function as a name for thinking? Is it at this point that dialectic enters in? Zumindest nahm Greed-ler das an, da er Oncies Gesicht nicht sehen konnte.
Once-ler verspannte sich kurz und er tat ihn den Gefallen still zu halten bis der Kleine sich beruhigt hatte. Dann begann er eine sanfte Schubbewegung. Sein Glied war voll aufgerichtet und verlangte dringend nach Zuwendung, aber er war zerrissen ob er sich weiter gegen Greed-ler reiben sollte oder den Fingern ihn ihm begegnen.
Den intensiven Blick entfliehen. Irgendwann hatte Greed-lers freie Hand ihren weg in sein Haar gefunden. Die Hand in seinem Schopf war nicht brutal, aber fest und bestimmend. Ob den anderen die Beine eingeschlafen waren? Grade rechtzeitig. Oder zumindest Mitleid mit Once-lers Gleichgewichtssinn in ihrer Situation. Once-ler atmete tief durch, wie Greed-ler seine Schulter frei gab und um ihn griff. Wohin wollte er auch laufen? Zu seiner Mutter?
Grizelda oder Ubb? Greed-ler schlang die Krawatte ein paar mal fest um seine Arme und knotete sie gut zu. Once-ler konzentrierte sich nur aufs Atmen Auch wenn sich schon oft gezeigt hatte, das Gegenwehr bei Greed-ler eher kontraproduktiv war Greed-ler schnaubte ein Lachen auf seine Bitte.
Was tust du? Er schnappte erschrocken nach Luft! Die Aussicht war fantastisch! Er konnte nicht fassen was Greed-ler ihm antat! Geniest du deine Marshmallows nicht? Du hast gesagt du willst alle Marshmallows und ich habe dir ein Verspreche gemacht - nicht wahr? Sein betteln und flehen blieb vergebens.
Das konnte er nicht ernst meinen oder? Auch der Mantelstoff roch stark nach Greed-ler, Zigarrenrauch, seinem Afterschafe. Vorhin noch ein Duft der ihn fast etwas Geborgenheit vermittelt hatte — aber jetzt!? Das harte Holz darunter.
Nicht zu weit von sich sah er Schreibtischutensilien. Mit der Einen hatte er vorhin noch gespielt …. Du hast zugestimmt deine Straffe zu nehmen und ich habe versprochen, das dein Fehlverhalten dann nicht mehr zwischen uns steht. Du wirst ein Guter Junge sein! Nein sogar besser! Nicht wahr mein Schatz? Er hatte es gewusst! Fest kniff der die Augen zu, die Hand in seinem Haar zog sich zu Faust zusammen. Seine blauen Augen zusammen kneifend, zwang er sich zu einer Antwort, wehrend Greed-ler Uzowuzwa - Slikour - Ventilation Mixtape Vol.
2 sein Loch rieb. Junge sein. Ich bin froh, das du so schnell lernst Babe. Halt also still. Er krampfte gegen das Eindringen. Greed-ler zog mit der Zunge die Rundung seines Arsches nach.
Er konnte sich nicht davon abhalten in den Stoff zu wimmern. Die weiche warme Haut schmeckte salzig unter seiner Zunge. Er konnte wirklich kaum noch warten! Eher trug es zum erotischen Gesamtbild bei. Mit der freien Hand griff er nach dem Gleitgel. Ob die Marshmallows in dieser engen Hitze von Oncie wohl schmelzen?
Er wartete noch etwas bis Oncie seinem Befehl nach kam und schluckte. Oncie versuchte weg zu ziehen, vielleicht um die Zuckrige Masse auszuspucken, aber Grreed lies nicht locker und presste seine Hand weiter fest gegen Once-lers Mund. Und er zitterte wie Espenlaub! Es war perfekt. Once-ler war perfekt! Sollte er seine Schlampe von hinten Ficken? Er wollte in diese blauen Tiefen sehen und ihm die Schreie von den Lippen lecken! Once-ler versuchte ihn weg zu treten.
Seine Sicht verschwamm fast, als er ihn endlich behauptete. Gott — er wollte sie tiefer in diese Schlampe ficken! Der Schreibtisch ruckte. Aber er sah nicht nach. Fixierte nur diese Gletscherfarbenen Augen! Seine Haut juckte unter den Stoffschichten. Alle Gedanken waren aus seinem Kopf geblasen. Die Hitze zwischen ihnen war kaum zu ertragen! Ihm war klar das er dieses Tempo nicht mehr lange durchhalten konnte.
Immer wieder ballte Oncie um ihn, was Sterne vor seine Netzhaut zauberte. Sein Schatz sah blass um die Nase aus, trotz der Fiebrigen Wangen.
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