What's our attention for?
Our aim tells us a lot about our means.
Last week, I wrote about “The standing reserve of the Modern World.” In it, we dove into the work of Mark Blitz on Martin Heidegger, and how our practice of envisioning the world purely as resources ready for our disposal leaves us wanting. You can review that piece here.
With that piece fresh on the mind, I encountered this long-form piece from one of m…
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