Heidegger vs. Dugin
Performance, approximately 20 min.

On the bank of the river there was a historical battle between the philosopher Martin Heidegger and the "contemporary political figure" Alexander Dugin (a Russian far-right political philosopher who supports the Russian war against Ukraine). The choice of participants in the battle was made randomly from the final sample using the “forfeits” method. Each fighter had the most powerful weapon with which he struck the enemy: Heidegger had Dasein, Dugin had a Superpower ("super-state"). As a result, Dasein won, and Dugin with a superpower was defeated.

Photo: Mikhail Koninin, judged by Vyacheslav Kovalevich.
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