Sunday, August 02, 2009

Schleiermacher, Heidegger, & Sri Aurobindo

[God, Strings, Emergence and the Future from integral praxis
God, Strings, Emergence, and the Future of the World By Nicola Hoggard Creegan - This paper is a part of a larger project in which I argue that a reconnection with nature, and a reconceptualization of nature, are necessary accompaniments to a well developed sensus divinitatis. Schleiermacher talks about faith being neither a knowing nor a doing but a kind of feeling, a sense of absolute dependence,]

[Heideggerian critical philosophy of technology provides a useful counterbalance
Thinking about the moon landings, I can't help thinking about the space race, the arms race, the Cold War, and the massive technologization of society that followed world war two... But I also think about how the photographs have affected people on a deep, and not only conscious, level, making it that much more possible for us to think of humanity as a single entity, and more importantly, of the earth as a single interconnected set of living processes.
anotherheideggerblog Saturday, July 25, 2009 Interview with Adrian Ivakhiv Heideggerian pessimism regarding technology, including that represented by the moon landings, is a perspective that has influenced me, and it's one I continue to consider important for any future environmental or ecological thought. 9:00 AM]

[Thursday, July 23, 2009 Interview with Levi R. Bryant (Larval Subjects)
I thus think there are two Heidegger’s... For example, technology studies have been pushed back a great deal as a result of his moralizing and Luddite attitude towards enframing.
anotherheideggerblog 1:26 PM]

Along with Schleiermacher and Heidegger, a study of The Life Divine by Sri Aurobindo should prove much fruitful. [TNM]

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