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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Martin Heidegger; John Macquarrie; Edward S Robinson
|Notes:||Translation of: Sein und Zeit.
Reprint. Originally published: Harper & Row, 1962.
|Description:||xxvi, 589 p. ; 22 cm.|
|Contents:||Introduction : The necessity, structure, and priority of the question of being --
The twofold task in working out the question of being; Method and design of our investigation --
Part I. The interpretation of Dasein in terms of temporality, and the explication of time as the transcendental horizon for the question of being : Division 1. Preparatory fundamental analysis of Dasein : Exposition of the task of a preparatory analysis of Dasein --
Being-in-the-world in general as the basic state of Dasein --
The worldhood of the world --
Being-in-the-world as being-with and being-one's-self; The 'they' --
Being-in as such --
Case as the being of Dasein --
Division 2. Dasein and temporality : Dasein's possibility of being-a-whole, and being-towards-death --
Dasein's attestation of an authentic potentiality-for-being, and resoluteness --
Dasein's authentic potentiality-for-being-a-whole, and temporality as the ontological meaning of care --
Temporality and everydayness --
Temporality and historicality --
Temporality and within-time-ness as the source of the ordinary conception of time.
|Other Titles:||Sein und Zeit.|
|Responsibility:||Martin Heidegger ; translated [from the 7th German ed.] by John Macquarrie & Edward Robinson ; foreword by Taylor Carmen.|