Futility of Life

‘Heidegger, Agamben, and Arendt as well are afraid that human life might be reduced to mere organic being, unredeemed from what Arendt calls the “essential futility” of life.’

from “The Origin of the Work of Art in Material Practice” by Henry Staten.

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