Nietzsche: Volumes One and Two
by Heidegger, Martin (1991)
A landmark discussion between two great thinkers, vital to an understanding of twentieth-century philosophy and intellectual history.
[…] it is an old lesson based on incontrovertible experience that academically organized community efforts, arranged and outfitted for some more or less specific purpose, and "cooperative labors" among the sciences springing from utilitarian motives petrify sooner or later. They grow hollow and vacuous, precisely because of the excessive proximity, the familiarity, and the "routine" shared by the co-workers. (p.113)
KeywordsHeidegger, Nietzsche, Machination, Technology
ThemesThe Nietzsche Lectures, Heidegger Citations
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