On Heidegger, Wittgenstein, Derrida
Updated: Aug 19, 2019
"In order to understand an apparently isolated idea, one must have a solid understanding of the surrounding ideas and, ultimately, a thinker’s basic outlook, their deep philosophical character that is the source of their views on particular topics, the prism out of which the rainbow flows, so to speak. Getting to that level of understanding takes years. Scholarship, like life, is an endless cycle of being humbled anew." - Philosopher Lee Braver, from the interview cited below.
Lee Braver, interviewed by Richard Marshall, 3AM Magazine.
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