Heidegger and Practical Philosophy
Fran?ois Raffoul, David Pettigrew
SUNY Press, Mar 28, 2002 - Philosophy - 367 pages
Investigating the extent to which Heidegger's thought can be read as a crucial resource for practical philosophy and the articulation of an ethos for our time, leading scholars offer a sustained and intensive focus on Heidegger's thought of praxis.
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