by CT on March 1, 2014

“But how does the thinker shelter the truth of be-ing, if not in the pondering steadiness of the path of his questioning steps and their resulting consequences? Unpretentiously, as in a solitary field, under the big sky, the sower paces off the furrows with a heavy, faltering step, checking at very moment, and with the swing of the arm measures and molds the hidden space for all growth and ripening.” (M.Heidegger, Contributions to Philosophy, p. 14)

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