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    Thinking and Poetry: A Cross-Cultural Interpretation of the Existential Situation in Chinese and German Poetry from the Heideggerian Perspective.Zhang Qingxiong - 2019 - Yearbook for Eastern and Western Philosophy 2018 (3):169-183.
    In Heidegger, “thinking” and “poetry” are inseparable, and the interpretation of poetry is an important approach for him to express his philosophical thinking. His phenomenological approach is a path to return to the things themselves, i.e, to see the facticity and understand the meaning of existence in the lived experience of existential situations. Themes such as “anxiety”, “alien”, “soul and Earth”, “words” can reveal the existential situations in Chinese and German poems through a cross-cultural interpretation from Heidegger’s perspective.
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