Orientation (Adirondacks)


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Up, down, across sky, earth, and mortals — I  ripped up my pair of favorite torn jeans, stressed out out my right knee, and twisted my ankle.  A cry of pain shot down the mountain. An incomplete fourfould, without gods, and no Greek temples. I imagine Heidegger’s walks at middle age through the Black Forest were more leisurely and less ridiculous. Scroll down to see how on this blogsite “the Adirondacks” surround and absorb the creation of “Israel” and the Palestinian “Nakba.”


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Zachary Braiterman is Professor of Religion in the Department of Religion at Syracuse University. His specialization is modern Jewish thought and philosophical aesthetics. http://religion.syr.edu
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2 Responses to Orientation (Adirondacks)

  1. Barbara says:

    Give my best to the spirit of my dear William James if you meet him there!

  2. Jim says:

    Glad to know the experience brought perspective …

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