Philosophical and Political Writings: Martin Heidegger

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Manfred Stassen
A&C Black, Sep 29, 2003 - Philosophy - 316 pages
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Here is the essential Heidegger, a most controversial figure. Following a cogent introduction by Manfred Stassen, this collection is divided into three sections: The Man - Politics and Ideology; The Method - Philosophy from Phenomenology to "Thanking"; and The Message - From "Being" to "Beyng." All but one of the translations is a classic rendition. Among the content: "The Jewish Contamination of German Spiritual Life" (1929); "Follow the Fnhrer!" (1934); "The Thinker as Poet" (1947); "The Task of Destructuring of the History of Ontology (1927); "My Way to Phenomenology" (1963); "Being-in-the-World as Being-with and Being a Self: The 'They' (1927); "Care as the Being of Da-sein" (1927); "ąPoetically, Man Dwellsą" (1951); "The Question Concerning Technology" (1949); and much more.
 

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Contents

THE MANPOLITICS AND IDEOLOGY
1
Why Do I Stay in the Provinces? 1934
16
Der Spiegels Interview
24
THE METHODPHILOSOPHY FROM
49
The Phenomenological Method of the Investigation 1927
57
My Way to Phenomenology 1963
70
What Is Called What Calls for Thinking? 1952
80
THE MESSAGEFROM BEING TO BEYNG
97
EXISTENTIAL ANALYSIS
152
The Everyday Being of the There and the Falling Prey
169
Care as the Being of Dasein 1927
180
The Existentially Authentic PotentialityforBeingaWhole
230
Poetically Man Dwells 1951
265
CRITIQUE OF TECHNOLOGY
279
Notes
305
Bibliography
313

The Question of Being Letter to Ernst Jiinger
120

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