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The Heidegger Dictionary, 2nd Edition

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by Dahlstrom, Daniel O.;

English | 2023 | ISBN: 1350190349 | 401 pages | True PDF EPUB | 24.22 MB
What does Heidegger mean by ‘Dasein’? What does he say in Being and Time? How does his phenomenology differ to that of his teacher, Husserl? Answering these questions and more, The Heidegger Dictionary provides students with all the tools they need to better understand one of the most influential yet complex philosophers of the 20th century. Easy to use and navigate, this book is divided into four main parts, covering Heidegger’s life, ideas and innovative terminology, related thinkers, and published and unpublished works. Updated with significant new material throughout, the 2nd edition has been expanded to engage with the latest Heidegger scholarship, and features: · A new A-Z section on Heidegger’s influences, contemporaries, and commentators, from Martin Luther to Hannah Arendt and Jean-Paul Sartre · Summaries of Heidegger’s entire 102-volume Collected Works, including the Black Notebooks · Expanded coverage of Heidegger’s thought, with straightforward explanations of his views on modernity, science and more · An updated glossary of Heidegger’s key terms, listing all the major translation alternatives alongside his original German Providing a road-map to how Heidegger’s ideas developed over his long philosophical career, this is an essential research companion for all students of Heidegger, from beginners to the advanced.


Heidegger and a Hippo Walk Through Those Pearly Gates, 2023 Edition Using Philosophy (and Jokes!) to Explore Life [Audiobook]

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English | ISBN: 9780593861646 | 2023 | 4 hours and 24 minutes | M4B@128 kbps | 246 MB
Author: Thomas Cathcart, Daniel Klein
Narrator: Thomas Cathcart

Thomas Cathcart and Daniel Klein first made a name for themselves with the outrageously funny New York Times bestseller Plato and a Platypus Walk into a Bar…. Now they turn their attention to the Big "D" and share the timeless wisdom of the great philosophers, theologians, psychotherapists, and wiseguys. From angels to zombies and everything in between, Cathcart and Klein offer a fearless and irreverent history of how we approach death, why we embrace life, and whether there really is a hereafter. As hilarious as it is enlightening, Heidegger and a Hippo Walk Through Those Pearly Gates is a must-read for anyone and everyone who ever expects to die. And now, you can read Daniel Klein’s further musings on life and philosophy in Travels with Epicurus and Every Time I Find the Meaning of Life, They Change it.


The Intersection of Phenomenology and Semiotics Peirce and Heidegger in Dialogue (Semiotics, Communication and Cognitio

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English | ISBN: 1501514334 | 2019 | 354 pages | PDF | 2 MB
Many contemporary explanations of conscious human experience, relying either upon neuroscience or appealing to a spiritual soul, fail to provide a complete and coherent theory. These explanations, the author argues, fall short because the underlying explanatory constituent for all experience are not entities, such as the brain or a spiritual soul, but rather relation and the unique way in which human beings form relations. This alternative frontier is developed through examining the phenomenological method of Martin Heidegger and the semiotic theory of Charles S. Peirce. While both of these thinkers independently provide great insight into the difficulty of accounting for human experience, this volume brings these insights into a new complementary synthesis. This synthesis opens new doors for understanding all aspects of conscious human experience, not just those that can be quantified, and without appealing to a mysterious spiritual principle.


Heidegger’s Style On Philosophical Anthropology and Aesthetics

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English | ISBN: 1350083399 | 2019 | 288 pages | PDF | 2 MB
Addressing Heidegger’s continuing centrality to continental thought, Markus Weidler argues that Heidegger’s prickly charm is best explained in terms of his great ingenuity, crafting a novel genre of writing which promises to harness the revelatory power of artworks for the purpose of philosophical inquiry. In doing so, Heidegger challenges the reader with a provocative form of artisan thinking, which for Weidler is central to understanding the significance of Heidegger’s work overall.


Philosophy of Finitude Heidegger, Levinas and Nietzsche

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English | ISBN: 1350059366 | 2018 | 208 pages | PDF | 1495 KB
Examining the legacies of Heidegger, along with Derrida, Levinas and Nietzsche, Rafael Winkler argues that it is not the search for truth or even contradictions that stimulates philosophical thought. Instead, it is our exposure to the unthinkable or the impossible – to thought’s own limits.


Shadows of Being Encounters with Heidegger in Political Theory and Historical Reflection

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English | ISBN: 3838214854 | 2022 | 260 pages | PDF | 3 MB
In a review of the work of Karl Jaspers composed several years before the publication of his book Being and Time, Martin Heidegger suggested that the philosophical orientations of his period had made a wrong turn and skirted by the fundamental path of thought. He suggested that instead of taking up a heritage of original questions, his contemporaries had become preoccupied with secondary issues, accepting as fundamental what was in fact only incidental. In the years that followed, Heidegger’s promise to reorient philosophy in terms of the


Heidegger and the Human

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English | ISBN: 1438490496 | 2022 | 378 pages | PDF | 4 MB
The human being stands at the center of the humanities and social sciences. In an age that some have dubbed the Anthropocene, this book addresses Heidegger’s conception of the human being and its role in the world. Contributors discuss how Heidegger envisages and interprets the human being and what we can learn from his thought. Pluralistic in outlook, this volume covers a broad range of divergent views on Heidegger and his complex conception of the human. A short introductory chapter orients the reader to the significance of the question of the human in Heidegger’s works, its topicality, and its relevance for interpreting Heidegger’s oeuvre. Chapters are divided into three thematic groups: anthropology and philosophy; human being, otherness, and world; and life, identity, and finitude. This organization facilitates discussions of the systematic interconnection between Heidegger’s philosophy and his critical thoughts on anthropology and humanism, as well as his relation to contemporary philosophers and their views on the subject. Various problems in Heidegger’s concept of the human are addressed, and moral dimensions and practical imperatives implicit in Heidegger explored in discussions about intersectionality and oppression, the frailty of the human, and the embeddedness of the human being in nature, society, and history.


Heidegger’s Interpretation of Kant The Violence and the Charity

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English | 2023 | ISBN: 1009239252 | 231 Pages | PDF | 1.3 MB
Heidegger has a reputation for reading himself into the philosophers he interprets, and his interpretation of Kant has therefore had little uptake in anglophone Kant scholarship. In this book, Morganna Lambeth provides a new account of Heidegger’s method of interpreting Kant, arguing that it is more promising than is typically recognized. On her account, Heidegger thinks that Kant’s greatest insights are located in moments of tension, where Kant struggles to articulate something new about his subject-matter. The role of the interpreter, then, is to disentangle competing strands of argument, and to determine which strand is most compelling. Lambeth traces Heidegger’s interpretive method across his reading of Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason and situates Heidegger’s reconstruction of Kant’s best line of argument against other post-Kantian readings. She finally shows how Heidegger’s deep engagement with Kant sheds light on Heidegger’s own philosophical views.


Correspondence 1919-1973 (New Heidegger Research)

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English | November 4, 2021 | ISBN: 1786607220 | True EPUB | 334 pages | 8 MB
This volume consists of over one-hundred epistolary exchanges between Martin Heidegger and one of his earliest students, Karl Löwith, who became a renowned and accomplished philosopher in his own right. The letters span a period of just over fifty years and range from casual to philosophical in tone. The more philosophically oriented letters shed important light on the ideas and writings of both Heidegger and Löwith, while the more casual letters provide insight into Heidegger the teacher, the man, and the friend, as well as into Löwith the devoted but reflectively critical student.