|Born||September 26, 1889|
|Died||May 26, 1976 (aged 86)|
Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany
|School||Phenomenology · Hermeneutics · Existentialism · Deconstruction|
|Ontology · Metaphysics · Art · Greek philosophy · Technology · Language · Poetry · Thinking|
|Dasein · Gestell · Heideggerian terminology|
In it, and later works, Heidegger maintained that our way of questioning defines our nature. But philosophy, western civilization's chief way of questioning, has lost its way. Finding ourselves "always already" fallen in a world of presuppositions, we lose touch with what being was before its truth became "muddled". As a solution to this condition, Heidegger advocated a return to practical life in the world, allowing it to reveal, or "unconceal" itself.
- pronounced [ˈmaɐ̯tiːn ˈhaɪ̯dɛgɐ]
- Heidegger, Martin 2008. Being and time. New York: HarperCollins. Template:Catalog lookup linkScript error: No such module "check isxn".
- Lackey, Douglas. 1999. What are the modern classics? The Baruch poll of great philosophy in the twentieth century. Philosophical Forum. 30 (4): 329-46
- Heidegger, Martin. 2001. Poetry, language, thought. New York: HarperCollins. Template:Catalog lookup linkScript error: No such module "check isxn".
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