Review of Metaphysics 55 (3):639-640 (2002)

David Koukal
University of Detroit Mercy
The volume under review originated as a lecture course given by Martin Heidegger during the winter semester of 1929–30 at the University of Frieburg. The declared thesis of this tripartite-structured course was to determine the essence of philosophy through an interrogation of metaphysics.
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