Heidegger and 'the way of art:' The empty origin and contemporary abstraction [Book Review]

Continental Philosophy Review 31 (4):337-351 (1998)
With a focus on the question of visuality in Heidegger's sustained involvement with Daoist and Zen thought, this paper discusses the interchange between Heidegger and Hisamatsu at a 1958 colloquium. In light of the key concerns – visuality, art, and the empty origin of manifestation – it interrogates three texts,The Origin of the Work of Art,Parmenides, andArt and Space,concerning visuality, the play of the glance, writing, space and place, and the Graeco-Asian though of phainesthai. In conclusion, it addresses the opening for a philosophical consideration of abstract painting that these analyses provide.
Keywords Philosophy   Phenomenology   Philosophy of Man   Political Philosophy
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