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Stance: An International Undergraduate Philosophy Journal

Volume 1, April 2008

Daniel Cole
Pages 32-37
DOI: 10.5840/stance200816

Heidegger and Social Ecology

In this essay I defend Heidegger’s critique of technology against possible criticisms that he may be an anti-humanist and a mystic. This essay will show that Heidegger’s critique of technology is helpful in thinking about ecological questions; and his contributions to such questions is relevant and not radically separated from some of the work of other philosophers today including Karen Warren and Marilyn Frye.