Echoes: After Heidegger

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Indiana University Press, Sep 22, 1990 - Philosophy - 213 pages
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In Echoes, John Sallis mobilizes the figure of echo, used by Heidegger to characterize originary thinking, as the motif around which to organize a radical reading of Heidegger's most important texts.

 

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Contents

Nonphilosophy
15
Time Out
44
Twisting Free Being to an Extent Sensible
76
Imagination the Meaning of Being?
97
The Proper Name of Man 1 1 8
119
Sacrifice of Understanding
139
Poetics
168
Translating Ecstasy
190
Afterword
206
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