Philipp Rosemann:

Let me draw upon the register of contemporary philosophy to explain: if Heidegger is correct that the key to a thinker’s ideas lies in “that which, in what is said, remains unsaid” (das im Sagen Ungesagte)—in unarticulated, sometimes even unthought presuppositions underpinning an entire intellectual edifice—then it may not only be legitimate but crucial to read a work from its margins, from between its lines.