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Heidegger

Martin . 1889--1976, German existentialist philosopher: he expounded his ontological system in Being and Time (1927)
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At one point in his lectures, Heidegger cites a famous letter written by Holderlin in 1801 on the eve of his departure from Germany.
Heidegger is one of the few prominent Western thinkers who have diverged their attention from objects and entities to interality, which is a polysemous term.
Arendt was just 18 when she met Heidegger in Freiberg.
Heidegger seems to start from a more moderate situation, and considers everydayness for an inquiry of oneself about the meaning of existence as the starting point.
develops, two stand out as most important: first, that the Christian doctrine of creation offers a perspective on human passivity "more profound" (52) than Heidegger's perspective; second, that "the ethical claim of the other" (131) is phenomenologically more primordial than Heidegger believes (leading P.
Each of the five chapters and the conclusion begins with a theme or doctrine from the early Wittgenstein which serves as representative of the metaphysical tradition opposed by the later Wittgenstein and the early Heidegger (the later Heidegger makes only brief appearances in this book).
Heidegger titles a late essay "The End of Philosophy and the Task of Thinking," and Duchamp is often credited with-and blamed for-announcing the end of art.
Heidegger teaches us that "Western" and "alternative" are not meaningful categories.
Heidegger: A (Very) Critical Introduction is, as its title suggests, a highly skeptical discussion of ideas attributed to philosopher Martin Heidegger (1889-1976).
Neste trabalho, a arte será tematizada, sobretudo a partir da contribuição dada por Martin Heidegger para a questão.