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In the Lamian Wars

There we go, a little Heideggarian optimism. Crazy? Perhaps but the irony runs deep. Elusive for some, George Steiner referred to Martin as the, 'secret king of thought.'

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In the Lamian Wars

The possible ranks higher than the actual.

- Martin Heidegger (1889-1976)

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In the Lamian Wars

There we go, a little Heideggarian optimism. Crazy? Perhaps but the irony runs deep. Elusive for some, Hannah Arendt referred to Martin as the secret king of thought. The disciples of Heidegger fight over the brilliance of his kingdom like Alexander's generals in the Lamian War and smells of false hope.


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