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Covering all the key concepts of Heidegger's work, Starting with Heidegger provides an accessible introduction to the ideas that are embodied in his magnum opus, Being and Time. Thematically structured, the book encourages the reader to engage with Heidegger's thought, leading him or her to a more thorough understanding of the roots of his philosophical concerns.
Tom Greaves is lecturer in philosophy at the University of East Anglia, UK.
Table of Contents
|Abbreviations and Referenced Works||p. ix|
|Phenomenology: The Logic of Appearing||p. 6|
|Phenomenology without Attitude||p. 7|
|The Root of Sense and Sensibility||p. 11|
|Concrete Sketches of Experience||p. 14|
|The Self-Evidence and Elusiveness of Phenomena||p. 19|
|Dasein: A Living Question||p. 21|
|Interrogating Ourselves||p. 21|
|Hermeneutics, Philosophy and Ontological Difference||p. 24|
|The Facts of Life||p. 27|
|More or Less Human||p. 31|
|World: The Event of Meaning||p. 36|
|Tackling the World Around Us||p. 37|
|Environmental Breakdown and Recovery||p. 42|
|Our World Owns Itself||p. 45|
|Anyone and Everyone||p. 50|
|Already with Others||p. 50|
|The Dictatorship of the One||p. 53|
|The Real and the Authentic Self||p. 57|
|Language Bears the One||p. 60|
|Between Our Selves||p. 61|
|Finding Oneself in a Mood||p. 63|
|Where do Moods Belong?||p. 64|
|The Fundamental Tone of Attunement||p. 66|
|Nothing to be Anxious About||p. 69|
|The Depths of Boredom and Love||p. 72|
|Meaning and Truth||p. 77|
|Laying out Understanding||p. 79|
|Disclosing and Enclosing an Horizon||p. 83|
|Decisive Truths||p. 85|
|Excavating and Sheltering the Truth||p. 88|
|Time and Space||p. 93|
|Extending Our Reach and Making Room||p. 95|
|Exploding, Stretching and Punctuating Time||p. 98|
|Measuring out the Dimension||p. 105|
|Ways of Life and Death||p. 108|
|The Whole of Life in Death||p. 109|
|A Call to Insecure Freedom||p. 115|
|Philosophy Sacralized||p. 120|
|Origin and Originality||p. 123|
|Original Destruction||p. 124|
|History Repeats Itself||p. 128|
|Beginning Again with the First Beginning||p. 133|
|Art and Science: Poetry and Thought||p. 139|
|Undermining the Academic Divide||p. 140|
|Returning the Arts and Sciences to Themselves||p. 142|
|The Cult(ure) of Technology||p. 145|
|Two Cultures in One||p. 149|
|Further Reading||p. 164|
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