Review of Metaphysics 50 (1):162-164 (1996)

This volume is comprised of twenty-two essays on the early writings of Martin Heidegger, including a number of lecture courses he gave at Freiburg University and Marburg University from 1919 until the publication of Sein und Zeit in 1927. Four of the essays have already been published in another form. Seven have been translated for the volume, two of them by the authors. In recently published studies, the editors have been responsible in great part for bringing to light the influence of the work of the young Heidegger on the presiding themes of his mature work. Their own essays in Reading Heidegger from the Start, "Heidegger on Becoming a Christian," and "Martin Heidegger: Martin Luther," summarize and supplement selected results of their work, which the present volume complements.
Keywords Catholic Tradition  Contemporary Philosophy  General Interest
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