Continuum (2009)

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Continuity and difference in Heidegger's sophist -- To think as mortals : Heidegger and the finitude of philosophical existence -- The contingency of freedom : Heidegger reading Kant -- Dimension and difference : from undifferentiatedness to singularity -- Heidegger and Weyl on the question of continuity -- The experience of language as such.
Keywords Ethics  Ontology
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Call number B3279.H49.W39 2009
ISBN(s) 1847065880   9781847065889   1441191267
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