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By Martin Heidegger Nicholas Walker William McNeill | Comments: ( 683 ) | Date: ( Jan 29, 2020 )

A crucial work for understanding a major turning point in Heidegger s thought important addition to the translations of Heidegger s lecture courses International Philosophical Quarterly The translators of these lectures have succeeded splendidly in giving readers an intimation of the tensely insistent tone of the original German Heidegger s concern with a linguA crucial work for understanding a major turning point in Heidegger s thought important addition to the translations of Heidegger s lecture courses International Philosophical Quarterly The translators of these lectures have succeeded splendidly in giving readers an intimation of the tensely insistent tone of the original German Heidegger s concern with a linguistic preconsciousness with our entrancement before the enigma of existence remains intensely contemporary Choice There is much that is new and valuable in this book, McNeill Walker s faithful translation makes it very accessible Review of Metaphysics Whoever thought that Heideggerhas no surprises left in him had better read this volume If its rhetoric is hard heavy its thought is even harder essentially daring than Heideggerians ever imagined Heidegger could be David Farrell KrellFirst published in German in 1983 as volume 29 30 of Heidegger s collected works, The Fundamental Concepts of Metaphysics includes an extended treatment of the history of metaphysics an elaboration of a philosophy of life nature Heidegger s concepts of organism, animal behavior environment are uniquely developed defined with intensity.William McNeill is Associate Professor of Philosophy at DePaul University He is co translator with Julia Davis of Holderlin s Hymn The Ister by Martin Heidegger Nicholas Walker is Research Fellow in philosophy and literature at Magdalene College, Cambridge.Studies in Continental Thought John Sallis, general editor


  • Title: The Fundamental Concepts of Metaphysics: World, Finitude, Solitude
  • Author: Martin Heidegger Nicholas Walker William McNeill
  • ISBN: 9780253214294
  • Page: 455
  • Format: Paperback

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Martin Heidegger Nicholas Walker William McNeill

Martin Heidegger 1889 1976 was a German philosopher whose work is perhaps most readily associated with phenomenology and existentialism, although his thinking should be identified as part of such philosophical movements only with extreme care and qualification His ideas have exerted a seminal influence on the development of contemporary European philosophy They have also had an impact far beyond philosophy, for example in architectural theory see e.g Sharr 2007 , literary criticism see e.g Ziarek 1989 , theology see e.g Caputo 1993 , psychotherapy see e.g Binswanger 1943 1964, Guignon 1993 and cognitive science see e.g Dreyfus 1992, 2008 Wheeler 2005 Kiverstein and Wheeler forthcoming.



Comments The Fundamental Concepts of Metaphysics: World, Finitude, Solitude

  • Nathan "N.R." Gaddis

    This is a fascinating lecture course which substantially supplements Heidegger's Being and Time. Here we see in addition to Dasein's fundamental attunement of anxiety as presented in Being and Time a description and analysis of another form of fundamental attunement -- boredom. In both anxiety and boredom Dasein confronts its originary opening to the question of its own being. Also of especial interest in this lecture course is the only sustained engagement in Heidegger's works with the natural [...]


  • Gene Bales

    This book is a set of H's lectures from the late 1920s. It was very much worth the effort for three reasons. First it contains the most detailed treatment of boredom ever written by anyone--it goes on for over a hundred pages! (I kept wondering how the students kept awake during all of it!). Second, it contains some fascinating insights into Heidegger's view of animal life, something about which he did not write elsewhere that I know of. Third, the book moves past Being and Time up to the point [...]


  • Bookworm

    The first section of FCM deals largely with boredom as the fundamental attunement of contemporary Dasein (human being). A boring read. Kudos to Heidegger for successfully conveying to the reader - through affect - exactly what he means by boredom. Part One also addresses the relationship between temporality and boredom.Part Two is where the good stuff happens. Here, Heidegger takes up the question of world: "What is world?" To provide an initial understanding of what he means by world (e.g what [...]


  • Noé Ajo caamaño

    Un lenguaje que solo puedo comprender si dejo a un lado un verdadero intento de comprensión. Solo puedo entenderlo desde un paradigma poetizante, pero prefiero para esto la verdadera poesía, mucho menos pesada. Heidegger será un gran pensador, pero su gramática es (aunque quizás necesaria) una tortura insoportable para mi. :(


  • I-kai

    Misleading subtitle as usual in H.'s seminars. I propose "boredom, bees, and the ground of propositional comportments". While a bit repetitive at many points there is still much valuable reflection going on.


  • Mark Trumble

    This book as a sort of parallel to Being and Time. Boredom is the mood that reveals being, not anxiety. Both of them lead to nothingnessRegrading other content, and the sequence of interpretive moves I will have to reflect on it, and reread it again. NO doubt next time it will be a more familiar path, I will have a better appreciation of the text.


  • Mills College Library

    110 H465m 1995


  • Tony

    The title is misleading but I suppose it might not have had the appeal if they had included "Boredom" along with other descriptors. Excellent discussion throughout and opened my mind to the presence of a major illusion in our understanding of reality. As with all of his works the writer in me says "Revise, rewrite and condense - be concise". Most of what was writen here could be improved to make it is less opaque. This is the problem with most philosophers. The best thing however is that he is p [...]


  • Christian Kiefer

    Did not read the whole thing--only the parts related to Uexküll.


  • Jack Holden

    A satisfying read. Amazingly, the 3 chapters covering the 3 forms of boredom are anything but boring.


  • Alex Obrigewitsch

    Parts were great, parts were not-so-much-so.


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