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Heidegger—Enframing Dualism

"On the one hand, Enframing challenges forth into the frenziedness of ordering that blocks every view into the coming-to-pass of revealing and so radically endangers the relation to the essence of truth.
On the other hand, Enframing comes to pass for its part in the granting that lets man endure—as yet unexperienced, but perhaps more experienced in the future—that he may be the one who is needed and used for the safekeeping of the coming to presence of truth. Thus does the arising of the saving power appear." (p.301)

Bibliographic Reference: 

Martin Heidegger, Philosophical and political writings (New York ;London: Continuum, 2003).

Adorno's appeal to experience

thought which "does not decapitate itself" flows into the idea of a world where "not only extant suffering would be abolished but also suffering that is irrevocably past would be revoked." (p.403)

Bibliographic Reference: 
Adorno, Theodor. Negative dialectics. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1973.
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