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The question concerning technology.--The turning.--The word of Nietzsche: "God is dead."--The age of the world picture.--Science and reflection.
Keywords Ontology  Technology Philosophy
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Call number B3279.H48.Q47 1977b
ISBN(s) 0061319694   0062290703   0824024273   9780061319693
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