Heidegger's Being And Time: A Reader's Guide (Reader's Guides)

Continuum International Publishing Group | 2007-01-07 | ISBN: 0826486096 | 195 pages | PDF | 24 MB

Blattner also comments on some of language used in standard English translation of Being and Time by Macquarrie and Robinson. Being and Time has come to be recognised as one of the more important and influential philosophical texts of the twentieth century. Despite its importance, however, for the non-Heideggerian it can seem impenetrable - stylistically speaking, it represents some of the worst aspects of German philosophy writing; verbose, rambling and ambiguous.





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