Hermann Heidegger And Hans-Georg Gadamer On ‘The Cabin’
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Heidegger’s famous Black Forest cabin at Todtnauberg (where he wrote many of his key works, including ‘Being and Time’) is shown here by his son Hermann, commented upon by literary critic George Steiner in terms of its influence, and remembered by acclaimed German philosopher, Hans-Georg Gadamer… Gadamer, recalling visits to the cabin, felt that Heidegger looked like a rural Black Forest resident, dressed as a ‘handyman,’ but that Heidegger’s ‘eyes’ showed great ‘imagination’ – undoubtedly underscoring Heidegger’s unique, philosophical mission…

 

 

 

 

 

 

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