dmccolley at earthlink.net
Sat Feb 12 20:54:34 EST 2005
You'll want to consult Ken Hiltner's Milton and Ecology (Cambridge UP,
2003), which has a great deal to say about Milton and both Derrida and
Heidegger, especially Heidegger.
On Feb 12, 2005, at 8:43 PM, MarcPaul wrote:
> thanks for the feedback regarding Derrida and Milton (very helpful).
> I'm needing a little guidance here:
> I'm absolutely passionate about Milton. I'm planning on applying for
> graduate school in the near future, and am considering approcahing
> Milton studies from the angle of Derrida/Heidegger. as it relates to
> the interaction of Derrida's Other, or Heidegger's Dasein. Alice
> Berghof has been kind enough to point me in the direction of Marc
> Geisler at WWU, however, if anyone can also help point me in the
> direction of Heidegger/Milton donnections I would greatly appreciate
> the help.
> MarcPaul DiMarco
> "Sum Ergo Cogito."
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