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Being and Truth, Being and Time

Being and Truth, Being and Time 151 Being and Truth, Being and Time Martin Heidegger. Logik: Die Frage nacb der Wabrbeit. Martin Heidegger Gesamtausgabe, Band 21. Vittorio Klostermann, Frankfurt a.M., 1976. 418 pages. On its way into print the title of the book changed several times. Heid- egger's course at Marburg during the winter semester of 1925-26 bore the unadorned title, Logik. In the two prospectuses issued by the Klostermann firm in 1974-75 and in the plan attached to the first published volume of the Gesamtausgabe the title appeared as Logik (Aristoteles), perhaps to distinguish it from volume 26, Logik (Leibniz), and volume 56, Logik (He- raklits Lehre vom Logos). In the volume now at hand the name "Aristotle" has been replaced by the phrase "The Question Concerning Truth," pre- . sumably by the editor, Professor Walter Biemel, though this is nowhere in- dicated. The change reflects structural difficulties in the transcript of Heid- egger's lecture course, difficulties so severe that no single title could suit the contents of the volume as a whole. The title Logik fits the first half of the volume, §§1-14 (pp. 1-195), consisting of an introduction, a preliminary observation on "the present condition of philosophical logic" and on "psychologism http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Research in Phenomenology Brill

Being and Truth, Being and Time

Research in Phenomenology , Volume 6 (1): 151 – Jan 1, 1976

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© 1976 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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0085-5553
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151 Being and Truth, Being and Time Martin Heidegger. Logik: Die Frage nacb der Wabrbeit. Martin Heidegger Gesamtausgabe, Band 21. Vittorio Klostermann, Frankfurt a.M., 1976. 418 pages. On its way into print the title of the book changed several times. Heid- egger's course at Marburg during the winter semester of 1925-26 bore the unadorned title, Logik. In the two prospectuses issued by the Klostermann firm in 1974-75 and in the plan attached to the first published volume of the Gesamtausgabe the title appeared as Logik (Aristoteles), perhaps to distinguish it from volume 26, Logik (Leibniz), and volume 56, Logik (He- raklits Lehre vom Logos). In the volume now at hand the name "Aristotle" has been replaced by the phrase "The Question Concerning Truth," pre- . sumably by the editor, Professor Walter Biemel, though this is nowhere in- dicated. The change reflects structural difficulties in the transcript of Heid- egger's lecture course, difficulties so severe that no single title could suit the contents of the volume as a whole. The title Logik fits the first half of the volume, §§1-14 (pp. 1-195), consisting of an introduction, a preliminary observation on "the present condition of philosophical logic" and on "psychologism

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Published: Jan 1, 1976

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