Tag Archives: Heidegger

Kalev’s Anti-Blog: The War Against Eros

By Kalev Pehme I dedicate this piece of Tawnya Gunn, Will Kolodzie, and Laurie Berry The early Christians knew the obvious: An erotic man is a man who wants to be a god, not worship the god. So instead of … Continue reading

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Kalev’s Anti-Blog: The Inner and Outer Life

By Kalev Pehme Having been bed-ridden and incapacitated for a month because of the deterioration of my health, I haven’t been able to write and barely able to read. When ill, I think about a lot of different things, especially … Continue reading

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Kalev’s Anti-Blog: ‘Aletheia’ and Heidegger’s Disclosure or Lack of It

By Kalev Pehme [This piece, as it is about truth, is written for Tawnya Gunn who won’t read a word of it (smart woman), and to Luke Neely who asked me to write something on Heidegger’s approach to aletheia.] If … Continue reading

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Kalev’s Anti-Blog: Waiting and Needing and Eating

In the English translation of the German version of the Yijing (I Ching) Richard Wilhelm, the German translator, comments about the fifth hexagram: “Waiting is not mere empty hoping. It has the inner certainty of reaching the goal. Such certainty … Continue reading

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