A quick one, on Heidegger
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It is interesting that forgetfulness is not an act of affective relevance for Heidegger, but an alienation in the sense that something is lost in the history of philosophy, it is no longer problematized. In this sense, we see the fundamental problem with Heidegger’s philosophy: ascepticism. Heidegger’s disregard for the everyday aspect of forgetting, of remebering and recalling calls to mind a specific kind of philosophical autism, that of valuing philosophy for the stake of philosophy itself and dislocating the importance of mdoernity (and its problems) as a question of ontological difference – as opposed to what modernity itself meant as an event, as something that emerges within a certain historical moment.