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Becoming Heidegger : on the trail of his early occasional writings, 1910-1927 /

Main Author: Heidegger, Martin, 1889-1976.
Other Authors: Kisiel, Theodore J., Sheehan, Thomas.
Format: Book
Published: Evanston, Ill. : Northwestern University Press, 2007.
Series:Northwestern University studies in phenomenology & existential philosophy.
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Table of Contents:
  • Student years, 1910-1917
  • Curricula vitae
  • Two articles for The academician
  • The problem of reality in modern philosophy
  • Recent research in logic
  • Messkirch's triduum: a three-day meditation on the war
  • Question and judgment
  • The concept of time in the science of history
  • Supplements to The doctrine of categories and meaning in Duns Scotus
  • On Schleiermacher's second speech, "On the essence of religion"
  • Early Freiburg period, 1919-1923
  • Letter to Engelbert Krebs on his philosophical conversion
  • Letter to Karl Löwith on his philosophical identity
  • Vita, with an accompanying letter to Georg Misch
  • Critical comments on Karl Jaspers's Psychology of worldviews
  • Phenomenological interpretations with respect to Aristotle: indication of the hermeneutical situation
  • Marburg period, 1924-1928
  • The problem of sin in Luther
  • The concept of time
  • Being-there and being-true according to Aristotle
  • Wilhelm Dilthey's research and the current struggle for a historical worldview
  • On the essence of truth (Pentecost Monday, 1926)
  • Letter exchange with Karl Löwith on Being and time
  • "Phenomenology," draft B (of the Encyclopaedia Britannica article), with Heidegger's letter to Husserl
  • "Heidegger, Martin": lexicon article attributed to Rudolf Bultmann
  • Appendixes: supplements by Heidegger's contemporaries
  • Appendix A: Academic evaluations of Heidegger by his teachers and peers
  • Appendix B: Husserl and Heidegger
  • Appendix c: Karl Löwith's impressions of Husserl and Heidegger.