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Towards the Definition of Philosophy (Continuum Impacts): Heidegger, Martin/ Sadler, Ted (TRN): BOOKS KINOKUNIYA
Towards the Definition of Philosophy (Continuum Impacts)
Towards the Definition of Philosophy (Continuum Impacts)
出版年月 : 2008/08
Binding : Paperback
ISBN : 9781847063045

BookWeb価格 : AED 85.00

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言語 : English
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This book brings together two seminal lecture courses of 1918 - now available in our hugely successful "Impacts" series.Heidegger is widely regarded as the 20th Century's most original philosopher. "Towards the Definition of Philosophy" brings together - in their first English translation - two of his seminal lecture courses, The Idea of Philosophy and the Problem of Worldview and Phenomenology and Transcendental Philosophy Value, as well as the lecture, On the Nature of the University and Academic Study. The volume also includes a short glossary.These books are seminal works of the finest minds in Western thought, including Adorno, Badiou, Derrida, Heidegger and Larkin. They are works of such power that they changed the cultural mind when they were written and continue to resonate today - landmark texts in the fields of philosophy, literature, popular culture, politics and theology - strikingly designed, accessibly priced.

Translator's Foreword; Publisher's Note; I. The Idea of Philosophy and the Problem of Worldview; Preliminary Remarks; Introduction; Part I. The Idea of Philosophy as Primordial Science; 1. The Search for a Methodological Way; 2. Critique of Teleological-Critical Method; Part II. Phenomenology as Pre-Theoretical Primordial Science; 1. Analysis of the Structure of Experience; 2. The Problem of Presuppositions; 3. Primordial Science as Pre-Theoretical Science; II. Phenomenology and Transcendental Philosophy of Value; Introduction; Part I. Historical Presentation of the Problem; 1. The Genesis of Philosophy of Value as the Cultural Philosophy of the Present; 2. Windelband's Grounding of Modern Transcendental Philosophy of Value; 3. The Further Development of Value-Philosophy by Rickert; Part II. Critical Considerations; Appendix I: On the Nature of the University and Academic Study; Appendix II: The Idea of Philosophy and the Problem of Worldview; Short Glossary.