Heidegger and Aristotle: The Question of Being

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Bloomsbury Academic, 1996 - Philosophy - 250 pages
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Heidegger's critique of Western philosophy centers around his interpretation of Aristotle. Yet, hitherto, there has been no attempt to reconstruct the relation betwen these two thinkers, a major interpretative task for which Heidegger and Aristotle provides an initial orientation. Dr. Sadler focuses upon the 'question of being' and shows how their respective responses to this question ramify over the whole field of their philosophical thought.

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Dr Sadler was formerly Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Sydney.

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