This space has not been forgotten. Writing, and writing, had merely kept it silent, and slightly ignored.
After this year’s ISA, and an excellent conversation with my discussant, I am more convinced than ever of my inclination that a confrontation with Heidegger’s work is necessary. Especially his work on attunement, in Being and Time. In addition to his essays on Metaphysics and his book on Plato’s Parmenides. Also, it’s clear that affect has become a term of abuse due to a severe lack of attention to the centrality and finality of affect in Heidegger’s thought. But does he think of Jerusalem? Does he regard nomos? And so on. Now for a break. Welcome back Dorian Gray!