Heidegger on Fruit

Submitted by Matt Birkenhauer

Thursday, 17 May 2018

What I learned today from Heidegger about unripe fruit: “’The not-yet of un-ripeness does not mean something other which is outstanding that could be objectively present in and with it in a way indifferent to the fruit. It means the fruit in its specific kind of being.” (From Being and Time)

Can’t wait to read his section on fruit salads!


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