Aversive Thinking: Emersonian Representations in Heidegger and Nietzsche

@inproceedings{Cavell1991AversiveTE,
  title={Aversive Thinking: Emersonian Representations in Heidegger and Nietzsche},
  author={S. Cavell},
  year={1991}
}
1988. If "institution" speaks of the setting (up) of something; and "interpretation" speaks of ways of taking something already set; then "institutions of interpretation" speaks of ways of placing what is placed. And it asks immediately whether our ways of placing are themselves already setups. The text I am submitting as my contribution to our discussions at this stage is a version of the first of three lectures (circling Emerson) delivered to the American Philosophical Association earlier… CONTINUE READING