On Heidegger and Language

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Northwestern University Press, Jun 1, 1980 - Philosophy - 400 pages
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Contents

Language Meaning and Eksistence Joseph J Kockel
3
Heideggers Conception of Language in Being and Time
33
Poetry and Language in Heidegger Walter Biemel
65
Heideggers Topology of Being Otto Pdggeler
107
Thinking and Poetizing in Heidegger Henri Birault
147
Hermeneutic and Personal Structure of Language Heinrich
169
Ontological Difference Hermeneutics and Language
195
Poetic Dwelling and
235
Panel Discussion
261
Metalogical Forms of Thought
281
Johannes Lohmann
303
Selected Bibliography
365
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About the author (1980)

Joseph J. Kockelmans is Director of the Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in the Humanities and Professor of Philosophy at The Pennsylvania State University. He is the author of fifteen books in Dutch and English, particularly in the fields of phenomenology and the philosophy of science, and his Time and Space won a Gold Medal from Teyler's Tweede Genootschap in the Netherlands. After receiving his PhD in philosophy in Rome, Dr. Kockelmans did postdoctoral work in mathematics (Venlo), physics (Leyden), and philosophy (Louvain).

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