Tag Archives: Martin Heidegger

Coastal (Being and) Time

” ‘Nature’ is not to be understood as that which is just present-at-hand …” Martin Heidegger It is difficult to convey a sense of scale. Perched on the edge of a collapsed harbour wall, the vestiges break from the blue … Continue reading

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Lost Voices

    lost voices:   …………………………whispers   of building   ……………dwelling   …………………………departing   .     ≈ Now playing: Robin Williamson: Trusting in the Rising Light

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Plants, potters, webs: On forms, usefulness and emptiness

With the clocks about to go back this weekend, autumnal hues cloak the body and seep into the skin. The piercing light of summer is almost emptied out. Weak threads of sunlight dissolve amongst russet, ochre and blanket skies of … Continue reading

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