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Spectators as the Object of Display

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The visible deeply objects to our habitual objectification; it will not fully give itself, will not wholly yield itself, to our desire. The most extreme evidence in which this is visible appears when we engage in an exercise in intensive staring: “a fixed staring at something that is purely present-at-hand.”

Martin Heidegger from The End of Philosophy and the Task of Thinking


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