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The Cambridge Heidegger Lexicon

The Cambridge Heidegger Lexicon

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Lee Braver, William Large, Mark A. Wrathall, James Reid, Jesús Adrián Escudero, Taylor Carman, Katherine Withy, Denis McManus, Christian Schmidt, Morganna Lambeth, Samantha Matherne, Andrew Inkpin, Lucilla Guidi, Sacha Golob, Stephan Käufer, David R. Cerbone, James E. Faulconer, Joseph K. Schear, Richard Capobianco, Dermot Moran, Jeff Malpas, Ingo Farin, Lauren Freeman, Julian Young, William Blattner, David Batho, Sonia Sikka, Charlotte Knowles, Martin Weichold, Lawrence J. Hatab, Richard Polt, Gregory Fried, Steven Crowell, Matthew Shockey, Kevin Gin, Justin F. White, Mark Tanzer, Dana S. Belu, Joseph Rouse, Iain Thomson, Charles Guignon, Daniel O. Dahlstrom, Alan Kim, Christoph Demmerling, Jan Slaby, Julia Ireland, Kevin Aho, Charlotta Weigelt, B. Scot Rousse, Rico Gutschmidt, Florian Grosser, Sharin N. Elkholy, Theodore Kisiel, Adam Knowles, Antonio Cimino, Bret W. Davis, Nikola Mirkovic, Robert Bernasconi, Gerhard Thonhauser, Tobias Keiling, Samantha Matherne, Charles Bambach, Stephan Käufer, Michael Grossheim, David Webb, Christoph Jamme, Benjamin Crowe, David Espinet, Sam Richards, Jan Slaby, George Pattison, Daniel Dahlstrom, Pol Vandevelde, Hans Ruin, Daniel Watts, Trish Glazebrook, Pierre Keller, Theodore Schatzki, Michael E. Zimmerman, William Blattner, Jeff Malpas, Patrick Londen, Jo-Jo Koo, Sebastian Luft
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  • Publication planned for: November 2019
  • availability: Not yet published - available from November 2019
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9781107002746

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  • Martin Heidegger (1889–1976) was one of the most original thinkers of the twentieth century. His work has profoundly influenced philosophers including Jean-Paul Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir, Maurice Merleau-Ponty, Michel Foucault, Jacques Derrida, Hannah Arendt, Hans-Georg Gadamer, Jürgen Habermas, Charles Taylor, Richard Rorty, Hubert Dreyfus, Stanley Cavell, Emmanuel Levinas, Alain Badiou, and Gilles Deleuze. His accounts of human existence and being and his critique of technology have inspired theorists in fields as diverse as theology, anthropology, sociology, psychology, political science, and the humanities. This Lexicon provides a comprehensive and accessible guide to Heidegger's notoriously obscure vocabulary. Each entry clearly and concisely defines a key term and explores in depth the meaning of each concept, explaining how it fits into Heidegger's broader philosophical project. With over 220 entries written by the world's leading Heidegger experts, this landmark volume will be indispensable for any student or scholar of Heidegger's work.

    • The largest and most comprehensive lexicon of Heidegger's terminology in existence, containing over 220 entries
    • Each entry begins with a concise definition before exploring concepts and debates in greater depth
    • Specific terms are cross-referenced with any alternative translations, and there is a German-English glossary of key words
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    • Publication planned for: November 2019
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9781107002746
    • dimensions: 228 x 152 mm
    • availability: Not yet published - available from November 2019
  • Table of Contents

    Part I
    Part II
    Part III
    Part IV
    Part V
    Part VI
    Part VII
    Part VIII
    Part IX
    Part X
    Part XI
    Part XII
    Part XIII
    Part XIV
    Part XV
    Part XVI
    part (zunächst und zumeist)
    166. Publicness (Öffentlichkeit)
    Part XVII
    Part XVII.

  • Editor

    Mark A. Wrathall, University of Oxford
    Mark A. Wrathall is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Oxford and Fellow and Tutor of Corpus Christi College. He is the author of Heidegger and Unconcealment: Truth, Language, and History (Cambridge, 2011) and the editor of Religion after Metaphysics (Cambridge, 2003) and The Cambridge Companion to Heidegger's 'Being and Time' (Cambridge, 2013).

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    Lee Braver, William Large, Mark A. Wrathall, James Reid, Jesús Adrián Escudero, Taylor Carman, Katherine Withy, Denis McManus, Christian Schmidt, Morganna Lambeth, Samantha Matherne, Andrew Inkpin, Lucilla Guidi, Sacha Golob, Stephan Käufer, David R. Cerbone, James E. Faulconer, Joseph K. Schear, Richard Capobianco, Dermot Moran, Jeff Malpas, Ingo Farin, Lauren Freeman, Julian Young, William Blattner, David Batho, Sonia Sikka, Charlotte Knowles, Martin Weichold, Lawrence J. Hatab, Richard Polt, Gregory Fried, Steven Crowell, Matthew Shockey, Kevin Gin, Justin F. White, Mark Tanzer, Dana S. Belu, Joseph Rouse, Iain Thomson, Charles Guignon, Daniel O. Dahlstrom, Alan Kim, Christoph Demmerling, Jan Slaby, Julia Ireland, Kevin Aho, Charlotta Weigelt, B. Scot Rousse, Rico Gutschmidt, Florian Grosser, Sharin N. Elkholy, Theodore Kisiel, Adam Knowles, Antonio Cimino, Bret W. Davis, Nikola Mirkovic, Robert Bernasconi, Gerhard Thonhauser, Tobias Keiling, Samantha Matherne, Charles Bambach, Stephan Käufer, Michael Grossheim, David Webb, Christoph Jamme, Benjamin Crowe, David Espinet, Sam Richards, Jan Slaby, George Pattison, Daniel Dahlstrom, Pol Vandevelde, Hans Ruin, Daniel Watts, Trish Glazebrook, Pierre Keller, Theodore Schatzki, Michael E. Zimmerman, William Blattner, Jeff Malpas, Patrick Londen, Jo-Jo Koo, Sebastian Luft

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