What Philosophy Owes a Work of Art: Rethinking the Debate Between Heidegger and Schapiro

Symposium 8 (3):587-606 (2004)

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Hagi Kenaan
Tel Aviv University
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Keywords Contemporary Philosophy  Continental Philosophy
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