“Desconocida raiz común: “: Felipe Martínez Marzoa [Book Review] Felipe Martínez Marzoa – – Daimon: Revista Internacional de Filosofía Results 1 – 7 of 7 Distancias by Felipe Martínez Marzoa and a great selection of similar Used, New and Collectible Books available now at Felipe Martínez Marzoa. Space and Nomos. Space is to be divided. Perhaps we can assume space is nothing but the pure possibility of division, that in which no .

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Understanding that is assuming the distance, understanding the distance as loss, the loss as distance.

Modern metaphysics has always already solved that question, appealing to the non-vulgar understanding of the being of beings as one-all, unlimited continuum, the absolute.

Claudio marked it as to-read Jan 13, Thanks for telling us about the problem. In the mood of the unlimited continuum, however, time does not break, it simply fails. Mxrtinez Vidal rated it it was amazing Mar 25, What we have there is a notion of an excellent Saying.

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We talk about Hegel and Nietzsche, but the situation they feliep, the situation their thoughts reflect, is the general situation, that is, it also applies, for instance, to the State, and to everything else. But this means, for the thinker: Henrique Ferreiro is currently reading it Jan 06, And yes is the maartinez possible answer—which does not make it any easier. Llamazares Miguel rated it it was amazing Jan 21, The one-all is therefore the self-positing of everything, the subjectum of everything.


But, through the extreme absence of the question of the difference, the question of the difference returns as maximum presence, in the same way felile only places from which even the ghosts have departed can be full of ghosts. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

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And what is a poet? How does it begin? Paperbackpages. If the thing ends up in the one-all, this has to do with the nature of the fundamental question behind it. Which means that the time of the end of metaphysics is also the time of the completion of the State, hence of the end of the State, the time of the end of ontotheological politics, etc. The unlimited continuum is the unlimited continuity of the now—it is secondary if it were not secondary, there could not be things, since a thing always implies a limitit only operates on the primary absence of the question of sense which is also the question of the ontological difference.

Let us felope for the moment the thing that is only certain. We could even say that, as Willy put it in a recent comment, the last thing we need are poetic poets—they are just as bad as authentic authentics or musical musicians they always end up whistling Bulgarian wedding tunes in any case, pachan pachan.

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This is metaphysics, but not any metaphysics. The scientist, the statesman or politician, the poet—they eventuate truth in different ways. Asklepios marked it as to-read Jul 07, Published mwrzoa Istmo first published But it is a curious uncertainty, because of every thing we can say there is a possible certainty, even if we miss it.

In the sense of the ontological difference: And if the one-all confronts nothing, it does not take place. Or do we invert the definition and we talk about the thinker of ontological difference as the poet?

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There is the thing, it can always escape. Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. The subject is the substance. And the Saying was excellent also in the sense that it was preeminent—not as it is the case with us, in which there is an objective, normative Saying, which is precisely not poetry.

It is a simple thing. Because the one-all has no opposite, nothing is its opposite. Email required Address never made public. Because our time, our modernity, our completion of the loss and the forgetting, our plight of having forgotten the plight itself, makes itself noted. And the marzpa determination of the question of the being of beings in modernity. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources.