A pedagogics in wonder

Research in Phenomenology 13 (1):241-254 (1983)
After the Introduction (pp. 1-22), the course falls into two parts, "Meditation on the dictum [μΕέτα τò πâv]-the difference between beings and Being" (pp. 23-93), and "The originary utterance of Being in the fragmentary saying of Anaximander" (pp. 94-123). The Introduction, each chapter of Part One, and the first subdivision of Part Two ends with a "recapitulation'; here only the last will be treated separately.
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