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Heidegger is NO easy read, But it is undoubtedly still GREAT! - if one devotes themself to contemplating, re-reading, and investigating Heidegger's concepts, then the result should be a fruitful culmination of knowledge! Best of luck!

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Ideally a profoundly exciting book, although a dull read. However, it continues to touch my every wakening minute especially in regard to male and female relationships.

Review: Being and Time

User Review  - Arjun Ravichandran - Goodreads

The most important philosophical work of the 20th century, and a text whose influence will still be felt for some centuries to come, I am willing to reckon. Even if you are one of the many detractors ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jonah Swan - Goodreads

Athletes experience a fundamental way of being in the world that they often call "being in the zone." Larry Bird has been quoted as saying that he often didn't realize he had passed the basketball ... Read full review

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User Review  - Thomas - Goodreads

Being and Time is probably the most difficult book I've ever read, even with the help of Dreyfus, Polt, and Blattner. (Who are great helps, all of them.) What's really interesting about the book is ... Read full review

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User Review  - William Marsolek - Goodreads

Unless you are a genius of geniuses--or a world-class bullshitter-- Being & Time's language will seem strange, even incomprehensible, for the first few hours or days or weeks of intensely reading him ... Read full review

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User Review  - Hayden - Goodreads

Heidegger successfully redirected my attention onto the importance and primacy of Ontology (phenomenology, het., etc.), and the Cognitive Sciences as worth life pursuits. He suffered from the same ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jack Stephens - Goodreads

This book is quite good when put into the context of phenomenology and existentialism. In order to get a good grasp of the arguments one must first have a basic understanding of Rene Descartes and ... Read full review

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User Review  - Rickeclectic - Goodreads

One of the most important books in philosophy. Unfortunately, this cannot be read by a novice. It would help to know phenomenology, existentialism, and a fair amount of the history of philosophy. The ... Read full review

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User Review  - Neurosys - Goodreads

A necessary read to see to turn from Cartesian philosophy. Heidegger "explodes all of the history of ontology" in this work, where he finally uncovers the question of being, which has been neglected ... Read full review


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