Jackson’s summary missed the polemic over translation, perhaps a little over his head. Also he passes over in silence the very grave defects with Harman’s THE THIRD TABLE. But Harman has thanked him, so he shouldn’t worry about such little omissions as translation, concepts and argument. My summary: https://storify.com/TerenceBlake/harman-refuted-just-recycles-elsewhere-on-over-con. Problems with THE THIRD TABLE: https://www.academia.edu/1572436/HARMANS_THIRD_TABLE.
Robert Jackson puts it all in scrapbook form, HERE.
I missed it all because, for some reason, I was reading after tonight’s final Heidegger class about the Betty and Barney Hill UFO abduction case in New Hampshire in 1961. The last time I read about that case was as an eight-year-old, but it came to mind again today for some reason. Pretty scary, actually. HERE. Amazing how many of the details are still fresh in mind despite not having read of the case since 1976.