Heidegger's philosophy: a guide to his basic thought.


New York, Macmillan [1964] .

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Subjects Filosofen.
Heidegger, Martin, 1889-1976.
Description xx, 193 pages 21 cm
Copyright Date [1964]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages xiii-xiv. "English translations of Heidegger's works": pages 193).
Contents What is the question? -- Basic features and problems of Sein und Zeit -- The being of man -- The worldishness of world -- The reality of beings within the world -- Being-with others and being-oneself -- The basic mood of dread and the being of man -- Truth, being and existence. Heidegger's existential interpretation of truth -- The concept of phenomenology -- A preview of the tasks and problems of division -- Conclusion: An attempt to outline Heidegger's answer to the question asked at the beginning of Sien und Zeit.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)239467
(OCoLC)ocm00239467
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WorldCat Identities King, Magda.
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