"The False Dasein"

“The False Dasein”:

Interesting as an introduction on the concept of “Dasein” …..up to “care” or  the “the voice of conscience”….


During my readings into the discourse of Miguel de Beistegui on “Dasein” etc. in his books;

1. Genesis and Truth, 2. The New Heidegger

I wanted to know how Sartre relates to Heidegger’s concepts and I came across this  (The False Dasein) contribution, which I think is worth reading to understand a lot of the stuff, which may be related to our political “complex”. Moreover, It gave me some light towards understanding some of the intuitions I was entertaining during the last 2-3 years (cf. “Harmony Model”). In other words (as I mentioned some days back) I am beginning to understand “Myself” and by proxy perhaps our “political class”, our “political lot” too.

In view of such ideas and this contribution (attached) as its micro conceptual backdrop, I may supplement as a clarification, that the “Words of Emotion” (attached here too) which I tried to convey, may be conceivable too; albeit as the rough version of such notions.

“The False Dasein”:  It may help to understand a lot of the social complex ( in the context of the development of the “philosophical” thoughts of our modern political “Elite”), into which our political legacy has been manoeuvred by a social (perhaps personal too) evolution, which was inescapable, given the historical parameters, we or “Ethiopia” has witnessed in such a way. (Just to be at least “wiser” in the aftermath).

By the way, with his proximity to (existentialism and) the philosphers like Foucault and Gilles Deleuze and imagining what he could have writtern as an
“author of new departures, poetic adventure and sensual ecstasy, explorer of a humanity beyond and below the reigning civilization”….

I am happy 🙂   that such a Mann, like Him, Jean-Marie Gustave Le Clézio –   won the Nobel price in Literature.

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