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Heidegger's ways

Author: Hans-Georg Gadamer
Publisher: Albany : State University of New York Press, ©1994.
Series: SUNY series in contemporary continental philosophy.
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"The combination of author and subject matter found here makes an unusually interesting text on the Continental European Philosophy of the twentieth century. As Heidegger's former student, colleague and lifelong friend, Gadamer offers a particularly insightful commentary on Heidegger's thinking. Not only do the essays focus on Heidegger's thought, but they also often begin with a description of the philosophical  Read more...
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Named Person: Martin Heidegger; Martin Heidegger
Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hans-Georg Gadamer
ISBN: 0791417379 9780791417379 0791417387 9780791417386
OCLC Number: 28212352
Description: xxiii, 212 pages ; 23 cm.
Series Title: SUNY series in contemporary continental philosophy.
Other Titles: Heideggers Wege.
Responsibility: Hans-Georg Gadamer ; translated by John W. Stanley.

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"The combination of author and subject matter found here makes an unusually interesting text on the Continental European Philosophy of the twentieth century. As Heidegger's former student, colleague and lifelong friend, Gadamer offers a particularly insightful commentary on Heidegger's thinking. Not only do the essays focus on Heidegger's thought, but they also often begin with a description of the philosophical scene in which he first appeared, giving the reader a genuine feel for the kind of impact he made. But the essays do not leave off in the past; rather, they lead into the present, giving Heidegger a voice which continues to have a revolutionary impact." "The text does not only provide a commentary on Heidegger; it also provides a fascinating look at Gadamer himself. The narratives provide us with an intimate look at both the author and his hermeneutics at work, and his commentary on Heidegger's thought is a commentary on his own thought as well."--Jacket.

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