Foundations of Science 22 (2):247-253 (2017)

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In this contribution the author tries to formulate an approach to the art of living with technology based on Heidegger’s The Principle of Reason, a work often overlooked by contemporary commentators in the philosophy of technology. This approach couples the concept of releasement to insights hailing from Wolfgang Schirmacher concerning Heidegger’s nihilism.
Keywords Philosophy of technology  Phenomenology  Pragmatism  The art of living-Heidegger
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