Heidegger's Language and Thinking

Humanities Press (1988)
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The author tries to understand Heidegger's work in terms of Heidegger's philosophy, dependent on the principle that all philosophical thinking is in itself poetic, yet is not poetry. In this manner the author looks at the philosopher's views on language and thought.

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