Dastur: Heidegger and Ethics

For Heidegger, “ontology” thus understood is always “practical,” always “engaged,” and thus bears an intrinsically ethical dimension. This is doubtless the reason Heidegger has not written on ethics: because he surely does not need “to add” it on to an ontology that would then itself be conceived only as a part of philosophy. Here it is implicit that he thinks Being in a way that is different from the tradition­ which identifies Being with substance. Heidegger, like Levinas, is critical of the Western tradition. His thought unfolds “beyond” or at the “end” of philosophy, as he clearly lets it be known after the “turn.”

Dastur, “Call of Conscience”

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