Heidegger and Rhetoric
Daniel M. Gross, Ansgar Kemmann
SUNY Press, Sep 8, 2005 - Philosophy - 195 pages
Featuring essays by renowned scholars Michael J. Hyde, Theodore Kisiel, Mark Michalski, Otto Pöggeler, and Nancy S. Struever, this book provides the definitive treatment of Martin Heidegger s 1924 lecture course, Basic Concepts of Aristotelian Philosophy. A deep and original interview with philosopher Hans-Georg Gadamer, who attended the lecture course, is also included. Conducted over the course of three years, just prior to his death in 2002, the interview is Gadamer s last major philosophical statement. By carefully considering this lecture course in the context of Heidegger s life and work, the contributors compel us to reconsider the history and theory of rhetoric, as well as the history of twentieth-century continental philosophy.
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The Pathos of Heideggers Rhetorical Ontology by Daniel M Gross
HansGeorg Gadamer Interviewed by Ansgar Kemmann Translated by Lawrence Kennedy Schmidt
3 Hermeneutic Phenomenology as Philology by Mark Michalski Translated by Jamey Findling
Epideictic Rhetoric and Heideggers Call of Conscience by Michael J Hyde
5 Alltäglichkeit Timefulness in the Heideggerian Program by Nancy S Struever
6 Rhetorical Protopolitics in Heidegger and Arendt by Theodore Kisiel
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