The Canadian Society for Continental Philosophy is happy to announce a financial contribution to the current crowdfunding campaign of the Open Commons of Phenomenology. The Open Commons campaign aims to raise $35,000 in order to support their projects through the end of 2017. These projects will provide the philosophical community with open access to essential texts in the history of phenomenology as well as with bibliographies of works of major thinkers in the phenomenological tradition. The CSCP sees a great value in the work of the Open Commons and the indispensable resources it develops, and we fully support their goals of promoting phenomenology and phenomenological research. To lend support to the Open Commons and learn more about their different projects, click here.
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Technology is a way of revealing. If we give heed to this, then another whole realm for the essence of technology will open itself up to us. It is the realm of revealing, i.e., of truth.
— Heidegger, The Question Concerning Technology