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Stuff First things first Naming the infinite On your “lives” Meetings F 10-12, F1-230, M 10-12, M 2-3, or office hours W11-1 Films 179 Chem Readings Cutting Next week: T -- Nietzsche R -- Michel Foucault Essay One Due 1 week from today
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Thrown. . . “This characteristic of Dasein‟s being – this „that it is‟ – is veiled in its „whence‟ and „whither‟, yet disclosed in itself all the more unveiledly; we call it the „ thrownness ‟ of this entity into its „there‟; indeed it is thrown in such a way that, as Being-in-the-world, it is „there‟. The expression „thrownness‟ is meant to suggest the facticity of its being delivered over .” BT
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Freedom and responsibility This responsibility (1) On “Resignation” (2) On “Accidents” (3) On being born (4) Opportunities and Bad Faith (5)
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Freedom and responsibility …if existence precedes essence, then “man is responsible for what he is.
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