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Heidegger and his Anglo-American Reception: A Comprehensive Approach: Contributions to Phenomenology, cartea 119

Editat de John Rogove, Pietro D’Oriano
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This book presents both a historical overview of the absorption of Heidegger’s thought into English-language philosophical schools as well as a philosophical discussion of his thought provided by contemporary scholars. The text describes the ways in which a philosophical methodology and worldview seemingly so inhospitable to Anglophone academia has managed to find an unlikely home.
This volume is roughly divided into two types of contributions: discussions of Heidegger’s reception in the English-speaking world, and outstanding examples of English-language Heidegger scholarship. The first type includes both historiographical accounts of the encounters between Heidegger’s thought and the Anglo-American world, as well as their philosophical expositions and critiques. The second group of chapters reveal the latest contemporary scholarship by contemporary Heideggerians writing in English. It is moreover the first volume to bring together thinkers from both genealogies of Anglo-American Heideggerianism appealing to students and researchers working in both of these camps.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9783031058165
ISBN-10: 303105816X
Ilustrații: XXX, 390 p.
Dimensiuni: 155 x 235 mm
Greutate: 0.77 kg
Ediția:1st ed. 2022
Editura: Springer International Publishing
Colecția Springer
Seria Contributions to Phenomenology

Locul publicării:Cham, Switzerland

Cuprins

Chapter 1. “Preface”, John Sallis
Chapter 2. “Introduction”, Pietro D’oriano and John Rogove
Chapter 3. “Heidegger Translation in the 1970s”, David Farrell Krell
Chapter 4. “Derrida’s “deconstruction” and Heidegger’s reception in America”, Françoise Dastur
Chapter 5. “Seinsvergessenheit: Heidegger and Anglophone Philosophers of Religion”, Joseph O’Leary Chapter 6.  “Heidegger’s Disavowal of Metaphysics”, Taylor Carman
Chapter 7. “The Pragmatist Reading of Being and Time”, Aaron Shoichet
Chapter 8. “An Ethics of Courage and Honesty in Wittgenstein and Heidegger”, Lee Braver
Chapter 9. “Conscience, its History and Being and Time: On Selfhood, Autonomy and an Experiment with Norms”, Denis McManus Chapter 10. “Death, the Brother of Sleep”, Michael Inwood
Chapter 11. “Dilthey, Heidegger and the Actualizing-Sense of History”, Rudolph Makkreel
Chapter 12. “Life and World: Heidegger’s Phenomenological Metaphysics and its Discontents”, Stephen Crowell
Chapter 13. “Logical Psychologism and the Existential Analytic of Dasein”, Joseph Schear Chapter 14. “Formal and Fundamental Ontology in Husserl and Heidegger”, John Rogove
Chapter 15. “The Topic of Sense in Being and Time”, Daniel Dahlstrom
Chapter 16. “Technology, Essence, and Everyday Living”, Charles Scott
Chapter 17. “Among Heretics: Derridean influences in Anglo-American encounters with Heidegger’s later work”, Daniela Vallega-Neu Chapter 18. “Anarchy in the Name of Heidegger”, Nicolas De Warren
Chapter 19. “Heidegger and Americanism, after Carl Schmitt and Max Weber: politics, theology and metaphysics”, Paul Slama
Chapter 20. “The Desolation of our Time: Celan’s Struggle with Heidegger”, Edward Kanterian
Chapter 21. “Heidegger on Truth as Opening Possibilities”, Pirmin Stekeler-Weithoferst Chapter 22. “Frege and Heidegger”, Pietro D’Oriano


Notă biografică

John Rogove, former pensionnaire of the Ecole normale supérieure, holds an M.Phil and a Ph.D. from the Université Paris-Sorbonne. He is an Associate Research Fellow at the Paris Husserl Archives and teaches philosophy at the Université Paris-Sorbonne, the Institut catholique de Paris and Sciences po. He specializes in phenomenology, in philosophy of language and mind, in political philosophy, and in philosophy of religion. He holds a B.A. in Classics from NYU and an M.A in philosophy from Boston College, where he studied under William Richardson and John Sallis.
Pietro D’Oriano studied in Paris, in particular under the tutelage of Roland Barthes (EPHE), where he obtained a B.A. and an M.A. at the Université Paris XII. He was a post-graduate student at UCL, UK. He taught Ancient philosophy in Florence and Philosophy of Language and Aesthetics at La Sapienza, Rome. He was an Associate Researcher at the Archives Husserl de Paris (under J-F. Courtine and J. Benoist). He is currently writing a book in French on Frege and Heidegger (on whom he has published two books in Italian), of which his contribution to the present volume is a part.

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This book presents both a historical overview of the absorption of Heidegger’s thought into English-language philosophical schools as well as a philosophical discussion of his thought provided by contemporary scholars. The text describes the ways in which a philosophical methodology and worldview seemingly so inhospitable to Anglophone academia has managed to find an unlikely home.
This volume is roughly divided into two types of contributions: discussions of Heidegger’s reception in the English-speaking world, and outstanding examples of English-language Heidegger scholarship. The first type includes both historiographical accounts of the encounters between Heidegger’s thought and the Anglo-American world, as well as their philosophical expositions and critiques. The second group of chapters reveal the latest contemporary scholarship by contemporary Heideggerians writing in English. It is moreover the first volume to bring together thinkers from both genealogies of Anglo-American Heideggerianism appealing to students and researchers working in both of these camps.

Caracteristici

Chapters discuss the reception while others are actual scholarship from Anglo-American authors
Contributions by scholars from traditionally disparate camps coming together for the first time
Focuses on Heidegger’s philosophy against and contributing to overlapping debates in the Anglo-American school