As we look upon our own societies with an ever-decreasing patience at the loss of religious values, we must collectively re-assess our city walls. Are the cracks merely contained to the surface, or does our city lie in ruins?
The concept of ‘dwelling’ serves as a source for our pre-political loyalties and these loyalties allow a sense of the common good to arise. Here, I will expand on these arguments by comparing two crucial thinkers in the contemporary world: Martin Heidegger and Roger Scruton. Scruton claimed that he never liked Heidegger. He was known […]