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This brand new translation of Martin Heidgger's Mindfulness (Besinnung) makes available in English for the first time Heidegger's second major being-historical treatise. Here Heidegger returns to and elaborates in detail many of the individual dimensions of the historically self-showing and transforming allotments of be-ing. In addition to the main text, this volume also includes two further important texts, A Retrospective Look at the Pathway (1937/8) and 'The Wish and the Will (On Preserving What is Attempted)' (1937/8), in which Heidegger surveys his unpublished works, gives instructions…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This brand new translation of Martin Heidgger's Mindfulness (Besinnung) makes available in English for the first time Heidegger's second major being-historical treatise. Here Heidegger returns to and elaborates in detail many of the individual dimensions of the historically self-showing and transforming allotments of be-ing. In addition to the main text, this volume also includes two further important texts, A Retrospective Look at the Pathway (1937/8) and 'The Wish and the Will (On Preserving What is Attempted)' (1937/8), in which Heidegger surveys his unpublished works, gives instructions for their eventual publication, talks about his relationship to Catholic and Protestant Christianity, and reflects on his life's path. This is a major new translation of a key text from one of the most important thinkers of the twentieth century.

This volume is translated by Parvis Emad, Emeritus Professor of Philosophy at DePaul University, Chicago, and Thomas Kalary, Professor of Philosophy at Suvidya College, Bangalore.

  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Bloomsbury UK
  • Seitenzahl: 432
  • Erscheinungstermin: 20.04.2006
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781441178404
  • Artikelnr.: 40776857
Autorenporträt
Martin Heidegger (1889-1976) is regarded as one of the twentieth century's most important philosophers.

Parvis Emad
Parvis Emad is Emeritus Professor of Philosophy at DePaul University, Chicago.

Thomas Kalary
Thomas Kalary is Professor of Philosophy at Suvidya College, Bangalore.
Inhaltsangabe
Translator's Foreword

I. Introduction
II. Leaping Ahead unto the Uniqueness of Be-ing
III. Philosophy
IV. On Projecting-Open Be-ing
V. Truth and Knowing Awareness
VI. Be-ing
VII. Be-ing and Man
VIII. Be-ing and Man
IX. Anthropomorphism
X. History
XI. TechnicityXII. 'History' and Technicity
XIII. Be-ing and Power
XIV. Be-ing and Being
XV. The Thinking of Be-ing
XVI. The Forgottenness of Be-ing
XVII. The History of Be-ing
XVIII. Gods
XIX. Errancy
XX. On the History of Metaphysics
XXI. The Metaphysical 'Why-Question'
XXII. Be-ing and 'Becoming'
XXIII. Being as Actuality
XXIV. Be-ing and 'Negativity'
XXV. Being and Thinking, Being and Time
XXVI. A Gathering into Being Mindful
XXVII. The Be-ing-Historical Thinking and the Question of Being
XXVIII. The Be-ing-Historical Concept of Metaphysics

Appendix I: A Retrospective Look at the Pathway
Appendix II: The Wish and the Will

Editor's Epilogue
Rezensionen
This is a central text for coming to terms with Heidegger's thinking ... The translation itself mirrors and maintains the haunting character of the German text. The Translators' Foreword is a masterpiece in setting the stage and opening up the possibilities for the English to stay true to the Heideggerian project of thinking the truth of be-ing. Kenneth Maly, University of Wisconsin, USA