Historical Dictionary of Heidegger's Philosophy
By the time Martin Heidegger passed away on May 26th, 1976, he had become the most important and controversial philosopher of his age. While many of his former students had become important philosophers and thinkers in their own right, Heidegger also inspired countless others, like Jacques Derrida, Michel Foucault, and Jean-Paul Sartre. The second edition of the Historical Dictionary of Heidegger's Philosophy is an historical perspective on the development of Heidegger's thought in all its nuances and facets. Schalow and Denker cast light on the historical influences that shaped the thinker and his time through a chronology; an introductory essay; a bibliography; appendixes that include German and Greek to English glossaries of terms and a complete listing of Heidegger's writings, lectures, courses, and seminars; and a cross-referenced dictionary section offering over 600 entries on concepts, people, works, and technical terms. This volume is an invaluable resource for student and scholar alike.
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According to Heidegger alètheia Anaximander Aristotle Aristotle’s basic becomes beginning being-historical thinking being-in-the-world being-there belongs can-be Christian concealment concept Contributions to Philosophy critique degger Denken determined disclosed disclosedness divinities and mortals dwelling ecstatic Edmund Husserl’s enowning essay essence eternal recurrence existence existential factic life experience facticity finitude forgottenness formal indication fourfold Frankfurt am Main Freiburg Friedrich Hölderlin fundamental ontology German Greek philosophy ground Hegel Heidegger delivered Heidegger describes Heidegger emphasizes Heidegger shows Heidegger’s Heraclitus hermeneutic history of metaphysics Hölderlin horizon human Jaspers Kant Karl Jaspers Karl Löwith language lecture course logic logos manifest Marburg Martin Heidegger meaning Meßkirch Metaphysik modern Nietzsche nihilism ontic ontology original ousia ownedness ownmost Parmenides path of thinking Phänomenologische phenomenology Platonism poetry possibility projection question René Descartes reveals seminar sense structure Summer Semester temporality theology things thinkers tion Trans truth unconcealment understanding unique Wesen Wilhelm Winter Semester word Zollikon