Heidegger Reexamined: Art, poetry, and technology

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Hubert L. Dreyfus, Mark A. Wrathall
Taylor & Francis, 2002 - Philosophy - 374 pages
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This collection of facsimile reprints brings together scholarship examining the major stages in Heidegger's philosophical career. The third volume in this four volume set will address the late Heidegger, his thought from the 1940s until his death in 1976. It focuses on language and poetry, his renewed encounter with pre-Socratic philosophy, his development of the doctrine of the fourfold of earth, sky, mortals, and divinities, and his repeated attempts to radicalize his earlier accounts of Being and unconcealment.
  

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Contents

Kunst und Technik
9
Art Language History
47
On the Way to a Phenomenology of World
63
Heidegger on Holderlins Der Ister
79
Volume 4
101
Poetic Dwelling on the Earth as a Mortal
105
Attunement and Thinking
149
Heidegger on Gaining a Free Relation to Technology
163
Focal Things and Practices
194
Metaphysical Liberalism in Heideggers Beitraege
209
Augenblick and Ereignis in Heidegger
235
Hcideggers
249
Heidegger and Meister Eckhart on Releasement
295
On Movement and the Destruction of Ontology
320
Acknowledgments
355
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About the author (2002)

Mark Wrathall is Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of California Riverside. He has edited and co-edited a number of volumes on Heidegger's thought, including "Heidegger Re-examined"; "Appropriating Heidegger"; "Heidegger, Coping and Cognitive Science"; and "Heidegger, Authenticity and Modernity". He co-edited the Blackwell "Companion to Heidegger".

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