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Umschlage Nietzsche and Heidegger at the End of Philosophy

Umschlage Nietzsche and Heidegger at the End of Philosophy 99 Umschlage Nietzsche and Heidegger at the End of Philosophy REGINALD STORRS LILLY Loyola University of Chicago Umschlag a reversal (into the opposite), sudden change, turn about (of mood or weather); the paper jacket around a book or notebook; the container for sending a letter (envelope); the bandaging of a part of the body with moist cloth and medications, a compress, packing (poul- tice) ; unloading, especially from a ship to a surface vehicle.... 1 to turn to the next page, to turn over (a page of a book), to roll up or under (sleeves, collar, seam); to knock down with a blow, to bring down, to fell (a tree) ... 2 to tip over, capsize (in a boat), ....` I Both Nietzsche and Heidegger place themselves at the end of philos- ophy. So does Hegel. As Hegel put the last lines of The Phenomenology of Spirit on paper, he was already beyond the battle that was about to break out just a few kilometers from his room, beyond it in the sense that he had already assigned that turmoil its station in the history of Spirit. All that faced him was to package his text and send http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Research in Phenomenology Brill

Umschlage Nietzsche and Heidegger at the End of Philosophy

Research in Phenomenology , Volume 15 (1): 99 – Jan 1, 1985

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Brill
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© 1985 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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0085-5553
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1569-1640
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10.1163/156916485X00069
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Abstract

99 Umschlage Nietzsche and Heidegger at the End of Philosophy REGINALD STORRS LILLY Loyola University of Chicago Umschlag a reversal (into the opposite), sudden change, turn about (of mood or weather); the paper jacket around a book or notebook; the container for sending a letter (envelope); the bandaging of a part of the body with moist cloth and medications, a compress, packing (poul- tice) ; unloading, especially from a ship to a surface vehicle.... 1 to turn to the next page, to turn over (a page of a book), to roll up or under (sleeves, collar, seam); to knock down with a blow, to bring down, to fell (a tree) ... 2 to tip over, capsize (in a boat), ....` I Both Nietzsche and Heidegger place themselves at the end of philos- ophy. So does Hegel. As Hegel put the last lines of The Phenomenology of Spirit on paper, he was already beyond the battle that was about to break out just a few kilometers from his room, beyond it in the sense that he had already assigned that turmoil its station in the history of Spirit. All that faced him was to package his text and send

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Research in PhenomenologyBrill

Published: Jan 1, 1985

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