God Out of Place? by Yves De Maeseneer

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1    The epigraph to this book is a quote from Martin Heidegger: ‘Räumen ist Freigabe von Orten’ (p. 2 Alternatively it might be seen as ‘rooming is the freeing up of places’. The placing of this quotation is perhaps deliberately enigmatic, with neither a translation or explanation. What might be meant by this? It seems to me to be well-placed, as there are a number of themes in it that relate to Hemming’s book. 4 In the late work, especially Zur Sache des Denkens and in this piece ‘Art and Space’ such concerns come to the fore.

The lunatic asylums are awash with sons of God with this sure knowledge, alongside new Napoleons, their corresponding Wellingtons, and all the rest. If knowledge of God is always based on what we do not yet know, why does this make knowledge of God an ethics (as Schrijvers has Levinas do here)? Is it because it is only with the force of the ethical that the unknown can be enforced as true? Does this not expose once again Levinas’ own sublime thrill at enforcing the effects of mere juxtapositions, and that his ethics is not ethics at all, but yet another appeal to an uplifting, commanding, sublime?

Heidegger, Aus der Erfahrung des Denkens, pp. 206–207. Heidegger, Aus der Erfahrung des Denkens, p. 207. Heidegger, Aus der Erfahrung des Denkens, p. 208. Heidegger, Aus der Erfahrung des Denkens, p. 208. Heidegger, Vorträge und Aufsätze, p. 156. 19 Returning to the subject of the lecture, Heidegger suggests that the initial direction of the piece was misguided, as ‘the interplay of art and space must be thought out of the experience of place and region’. Where art is sculpture, there is ‘no occupying of space.

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