Fuck if I know.
When speaking to the Analytic/Continental divide he simply said this:
"I have had perhaps ten or so Analytic friends, coworkers, teachers, etc. who late in their careers picked up a text in the Continental tradition and they said, ‘Wow, this is interesting! What have I been missing?’ But never have I met someone who devoted their life to Continental philosophy late in their time pick up Quine or Wittgenstein’s Tractatus and say ‘OH YES! THIS IS WHAT I HAVE BEEN MISSING!”
Self-elected supplemental readings: "The Tragedy of the Chinese Revolution" by Harold Isaacs, "Basic Writings" by Martin Heidegger, and "Phenomenology and the Crisis of Philosophy" by Edmund Husserl.
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel: Lectures on the Philosophy of Religion (via mindfulpleasures)