Lars Fr. H. Svendsen Famous Quotes & Sayings

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12 Lars Fr. H. Svendsen Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Lars Fr. H. Svendsen Sayings: We spontaneously relate to ourselves and the world by means of the technical object. We spontaneously relate to ourselves and the world by means of the technical object.
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Lars Fr. H. Svendsen Sayings: Traditions have been replaced by lifestyles. Traditions have been replaced by lifestyles.
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Lars Fr. H. Svendsen Sayings: In order to live a meaningful life,humans need answers, i.e., a certain understanding of basic In order to live a meaningful life,
humans need answers, i.e., a certain understanding of basic existential questions. These 'answers' do not have to be made completely explicit, as a lack of words does not necessarily indicate a lack of understanding, but one has to able to place oneself in the world and build a relatively stable identity. The founding of such an identity is only possible if one can tell a relatively coherent story about who one has been and who one intends to be.
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Lars Fr. H. Svendsen Sayings: One mood can be replaced by another, but it is impossible to leave attunement altogether. One mood can be replaced by another, but it is impossible to leave attunement altogether. However, profound boredom brings us as close to a state of un-attunement as we can come.
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Lars Fr. H. Svendsen Sayings: A utopia cannot, by definition, include boredom, but the 'utopia' we are living in is A utopia cannot, by definition, include boredom, but the 'utopia' we are living in is boring.
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Lars Fr. H. Svendsen Sayings: Traditions brings continuity to one's existence, but this sort of continuity is precisely what has Traditions brings continuity to one's existence, but this sort of continuity is precisely what has been increasingly lost
throughout modernity.
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Lars Fr. H. Svendsen Sayings: For Heidegger, boredom is a privileged fundamental mood because it leads us directly into the For Heidegger, boredom is a privileged fundamental mood because it leads us directly into the very problem complex of being and time.
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Lars Fr. H. Svendsen Sayings: Animals can be understimulated, but hardly bored. Animals can be understimulated, but hardly bored.
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Lars Fr. H. Svendsen Sayings: Anthropocentrism gave rise to boredom, and when anthropomorphism was replaced by technocentrism, boredom became even Anthropocentrism gave rise to boredom, and when anthropomorphism was replaced by technocentrism, boredom became even more profound.
Lars Fr. H. Svendsen Sayings: Heidegger's concept for the kind of being we ourselves are is Dasein. Literally it means Heidegger's concept for the kind of being we ourselves are is Dasein. Literally it means 'being-there'.We are the sort of beings who are there, in the world. What characterizes Dasein is that its existence is a concern for it in its existence.
Lars Fr. H. Svendsen Sayings: Self-identity is inextricably bound up with the identity of the surroundings. Self-identity is inextricably bound up with the identity of the surroundings.
Lars Fr. H. Svendsen Sayings: The difference between imaginary and real object creates a continuos desire The difference between imaginary and real object creates a continuos desire