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Heidegger, Kant and time [by] Charles M. Sherover. With an introduction by William Barrett.


Bloomington, Indiana University Press [1971] .
ISBN 0253327202, 9780253327208

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Subjects Heidegger, Martin, (1889-1976) -- Critique et interpreĢtation.
Heidegger, Martin, 1889-1976
Heidegger, Martin, 1889-1976 -- Et le temps.
Heidegger, Martin, 1889-1976.
Heidegger, Martin.
Kant Immanuel -- Zeit -- Begriff -- Interpretation -- Heidegger, Martin.
Kant, Immanuel, (1724-1804) -- Critique et interpreĢtation.
Kant, Immanuel, 1724-1804
Kant, Immanuel, 1724-1804 -- Et le temps.
Kant, Immanuel, 1724-1804.
Kant, Immanuel.
Temps (philosophie)
Temps.
Tijd.
Time.
Zeit.
Description xvii, 322 pages 25 cm
Copyright Date [1971]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 289-293).
Summary One of the greatest merits of Dr. Sherover's excellent book is that it enables us to see Heidegger's thought- in one direction, at least- as an organic outgrowth from his reading of Kant. It thus helps to remove on common misapprehension that Heidegger's thought is odd, idiosyncratic, and not rooted- as in fact it is- in the mainstream of philosophy. Dr. Sherover is able to remove this misunderstanding in great part through the admirable clarity of his exposition; he has succeeded in conveying Heidegger's most abstruse points into plain and understandable English, and so has overcome the formidable barrier of terminology that has blocked so many Heideggerian interpreters. This book is in fact the clearest exposition that I have read of Heidegger's thought at one states of its development. But beyond this valuable job of clarification, by bringing the light of Heidegger to bear upon Kant, this book is also a significant contribution to Kantian scholarship. And that means, of course, a contribution to philosophy itself.
Contents Prospect -- The project of retrieve -- The retrieve of Kant -- The Copernican revolution as ontology -- The execution of the retrieve -- The result of the retrieve -- Kant and fundamental ontology -- Retrospect.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)146169
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WorldCat Identities Sherover, Charles M.
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