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Essential Readings in Heideger

Essential Readings in Heideger Essential Readings in Heideger MARTIN HEIDEGGER Basic Writings, ed., David Farrell Krell. New York: Harper and Row publishers, 1977. 397 pages. Professor David Farrell Krell, currently teaching at the University of Mannheim, West Germany, and already well known both for his scholarly articles and for his co-editorship and co-translation of Heideg- ger's Early Greek Thinking (New York: Harper and Row, 1975), has done a great service by gathering together in this essential anthology five new translations, and by reprinting in whole or part five already published translations, of Martin Heidegger's works. The result is an ex- ceedingly fine and polished piece of work which not only replaces earlier and inadequate translations but also offers for the first time in English a set of readings which at once spans the whole of Heidegger's professional life and delves into most of the major areas of his thought. The new translations in this volume are the following: (1) The Intro- duction to Being and Time, translated by Joan Stambaugh in collabora- tion with J. Glenn Gray and David Farrell Krell. This is the first install- ment of Professor Stambaugh's completely new translation of the whole of Being and Time which will http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Research in Phenomenology Brill

Essential Readings in Heideger

Research in Phenomenology , Volume 9 (1): 225 – Jan 1, 1979

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Brill
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© 1979 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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0085-5553
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1569-1640
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10.1163/156916479X00138
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Essential Readings in Heideger MARTIN HEIDEGGER Basic Writings, ed., David Farrell Krell. New York: Harper and Row publishers, 1977. 397 pages. Professor David Farrell Krell, currently teaching at the University of Mannheim, West Germany, and already well known both for his scholarly articles and for his co-editorship and co-translation of Heideg- ger's Early Greek Thinking (New York: Harper and Row, 1975), has done a great service by gathering together in this essential anthology five new translations, and by reprinting in whole or part five already published translations, of Martin Heidegger's works. The result is an ex- ceedingly fine and polished piece of work which not only replaces earlier and inadequate translations but also offers for the first time in English a set of readings which at once spans the whole of Heidegger's professional life and delves into most of the major areas of his thought. The new translations in this volume are the following: (1) The Intro- duction to Being and Time, translated by Joan Stambaugh in collabora- tion with J. Glenn Gray and David Farrell Krell. This is the first install- ment of Professor Stambaugh's completely new translation of the whole of Being and Time which will

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Research in PhenomenologyBrill

Published: Jan 1, 1979

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