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5/17/2016 12:08 pm  #1


Heidegger Resources

I know that iwpoe is a big fan of Heidegger with regards to his understanding of being and how it relates to classical theism, but does anyone else know other resources which expand upon this? I think I may have found one
http://www.amazon.com/Phenomenological-Avicenna-Heidegger-Academic-Publishing/dp/1586840053
 

 

5/17/2016 12:35 pm  #2


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5/17/2016 1:55 pm  #3


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@Dennis
You like Heidegger too? What are your reasons for admiring him and how does this relate to classical theism?

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5/17/2016 9:53 pm  #4


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Hi AKG,

Since I've not read him per se, I can't say I like Heidegger. I am interested in his work and I will read him sooner rather than later. I was given this series by a friend who told me that it was a pragmatist interpretation of Heidegger that couldn't be hand-waved or ignored. Given that, I will have to read him in due time and I'll tell you what I think, then. 

 

5/17/2016 10:00 pm  #5


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I can make you a big list. So gimme a bit. The standard problem I run into reading about Heidegger in English is that most Heidegger scholars are incompetent with respect to classical metaphysics. Since his project is supposed to largely amount to a "confrontation" with the tradition, it is a travesty to have no deep understanding of that tradition. Dreyfus, for instance, God bless him, is in that position.


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It is precisely “values” that are the powerless and threadbare mask of the objectification of beings, an objectification that has become flat and devoid of background. No one dies for mere values.
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