|Martin Heidegger and Medard Boss|
on the Feldweg south of Messkirch, 1963
A 50th-anniversary revaluation
1. Seminars of 1959 and 1964
‘How does Dr R. relate to this table here?’
Inner Circle Seminar No. 208
Sunday 30 November 2014
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Anthony Stadlen writes:
at home in Freiburg
I showed in detail (Existential Analysis, 14.2, July 2003) that this American translation is not trustworthy. While some passages are reasonably translated, others give a highly distorted picture of what Heidegger is saying.
A simple but telling example: German you might guess this means ‘richly comic’, and it does; but these rather humourless translators render it as ‘rather humorous’, thereby misrepresenting Heidegger’s biting humour and justified contempt as bland praise.
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