Random House (1969)

Richard Schmitt
Brown University
Sein und Zeit published by Martin Heidegger in 1929, conceals a number of important and interesting thoughts behind cryptic style and many neologisms. My book extracts some key theses from this hermetic text and provides arguments for them. (Heidegger does not argue.) It shows that a good philosopher hides behind this often perplexing text.
Keywords Heidegger, Martin  epistemology  personal identity
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ISBN(s) 0595121527   0844628816   9780595121526
DOI 10.2307/2023938
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