Earth and Gods is an endeavor to acquaint the peruser with Heidegger’s completely created rationality. The title Earth and Gods gives an im­ pression of not being a general investigation of Heidegger’s logic. Be that as it may, this isn’t valid – the earth and the divine beings are essential ontological images of his completely created reasoning, to be specific, his third and last period of thought. This stage rehashes the issues of both going before stages in a more full and progressively created way; subsequently, it infers them. The two going before stages are the period of Dasein and the period of Being. These two stages are a characteristic stream of crucial issues which achieve their last arrangement and improvement in the period of earth and divine beings. Dasein (the main stage) prompts Being, and Being (the second stage) blasts into major ontological forces of Being (Seinsmiichte) which are earth and sky, divine beings and humans (the third stage). Since earth is unbelievable without sky and since divine beings are divine beings in the realm of humans – of men, the title Earth and Gods is a contraction of these four key forces of Being. Subsequently, an examination of earth and divine beings is an endeavor to exhibit Heidegger’s rationality in general. Such an introduction gives the peruser the foundation essential for a progressively satisfactory and productive comprehension of the compositions of Heidegger himself. Along these lines, Earth and Gods may appropriately be viewed as a prologue to Hei­ degger’s philosophy.

Earth and Gods: An Introduction to the Philosophy of Martin Heidegger. 

Weight 1.21 kg
Dimensions 9.45 × 6.3 × 0.78 cm
Edition

Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1969

Binding

Paperback

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0

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Springer

Author

V. Vycinas

ISBN

9789401033619

EAN

9789401033619

MPN

black & white illustrations, bibliograph

PublicationDate

2011-11-22

NumberOfPages

328

Publisher

Springer

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Springer

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1

ReleaseDate

2011-11-22

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black & white illustrations, bibliograph

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