relationship with husserl: from transcendental cartesian ego to historicist horizon

heidegger's extension of dilthey's historicism and use of dilthey to critique husserl's ahistoricism

reading of aristotle

reading of augustine

reading of scholasticism and duns scotus

reading of nietzsche and kierkegaard, respectively

relationship with the thought of suhrawardi and molla sadra

heidegger and psychoanalysis

heidegger and lacan

heidegger and scholasticism

heidegger and logic


Marcuse later rejected Heidegger's thought for its "false concreteness" and "revolutionary conservativism.

In particular, J├╝rgen Habermas admonishes the influence of Heidegger on recent French philosophy in his polemic against "postmodernism" in The Philosophical Discourse of Modernity (1985). However, recent work by philosopher and critical theorist Nikolas Kompridis tries to show that Heidegger's insights into world disclosure are badly misunderstood and mishandled by Habermas, and are of vital importance for critical theory, offering an important way of renewing that tradition.[111][112]


What is also true is that there is something of a divide in certain areas of contemporary Heidegger scholarship over whether one should emphasize the transcendental dimension of Heidegger's phenomenology (e.g., Crowell 2001, Crowell and Malpas 2007) or the hermeneutic dimension (e.g., Kisiel 2002).

Kant (1781/1999) argued that the temporal character of inner sense is possible only because it is mediated by outer intuition whose form is space. If this is right, and if we can generalize appropriately, then the temporality that matters to Heidegger will be dependent on existential spatiality, and not the other way round. All in all, one is tempted to conclude that Heidegger's treatment of spatiality in Being and Time, and (relatedly) his treatment (or lack of it) of the body, face serious difficulties.

harman's work on heidegger?

Heidegger's Critique of Liberalism


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Introduction to Metaphysics

The Basic Problems of Phenomenology

Being and Time

Time and Being

Contributions to Philosophy

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Heidegger in the Twenty-First Century - Tziovanis Georgakis, Paul J. Ennis (eds.)

Drew A. Hyland, John Panteleimon Manoussakis (editors) - Heidegger and the Greeks: Interpretive Essays (Studies in Continental Thought)

Martin Heidegger and the Problem of Historical Meaning - A. Jeffrey Barash

Michael Murray (Editor) - Heidegger and modern philosophy



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