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The Silence of the Sexless Dasein: Jacques Derrida and the Sex “To Come” [PDF]

Michael Roland F. Hernandez

Heidegger remained silent about sex but this silence reveals itself as a moment of interruption: an interruption which, if we will have the patience and the acumen to hear Heidegger’s silence, will work to announce a certain “non-said” that takes on many forms and determinable contours – a non-said that has been omitted, repressed, denied, foreclosed and even unthought.

Heidegger, Mood and the Lived Body: The Ontical and the Ontological [PDF]

Robert D. Stolorow

[B]ecause of the central role that Heidegger grants to mood (disclosive affectivity) as a primordial way of disclosing Being-in-the-world, and because it is impossible to think mood without also thinking the lived body, Heidegger has actually placed the latter at the very center of Dasein’s disclosedness. Heidegger’s account of mood thus entails and highlights, rather than neglects, the ontological significance of the body

From Machenschaft to Ge-stell: Heidegger’s Critique of Modernity [PDF]

Federico José T. Lagdameo

Heidegger is unequivocal in indicating that human activity cannot address Ge-stell’s danger. Yet, he says that the piety of thinking which is questioning and the reflection on art may save us from it. In this regard, Heidegger does not anymore advocate a restraint in the human use of technology

Is Heidegger’s “Turn” a Realist Project? [PDF]

Markus Gabriel

[T]he turn consists in grounding our understanding of Being in a realist manner. For this purpose Heidegger introduces the concept of destiny (Geschick), which simply means that we each find ourselves in what is ultimately a completely groundless and thus arbitrary understanding of Being, which is simply there. The event (Ereignis) has no source, no agent – this is Heidegger’s interpretation of the death of God.

Gatherings: The Heidegger Circle Annual

Volume 4, 2013

Theodore Kisiel, Musa Duman, James Bahoh, Graeme Nicholson, Hans Pedersen, Natalie Nenadic, Joseph Rouse, Adam Knowles

What, after all, was Heidegger about? [PDF]

Thomas Sheehan

Ereignis is much more than an event: it is a fact, that which is always already done (factum). Appropriation is that which “is already operative in our case, even before we were.” What is more, it is the fact, the “Urfaktum” or “thing itself,” without which there are no other facts, events, or happenings in the human realm.

From Bloomsbury Academic

A new book of essays

The Bloomsbury Companion to Heidegger

Edited by

François Raffoul and Eric S. Nelson

With contributions from François Raffoul, Eric S. Nelson, Ted Kisiel, Dermot Moran, Thomas Sheehan, Richard Polt, Robert Bernasconi, Françoise Dastur, Alfred Denker, Sean Kirkland, Holger Zaborowski, Emilia Angelova, Frank Schalow, Peter Trawny, Ullrich Haase, Leslie MacAvoy, Peter Gordon, Peg Birmingham, Andrew Feenberg, Scott Campbell, P. Christopher Smith, Dennis Schmidt, Gregory Schufreider, Gregory Fried, William McNeill, Andrew Mitchell, Lee Braver, Andrew Bowie, Anne O'Byrne, Kevin Aho, Daniela Vallega-Neu, John McCumber, Gregory Schufreider, Iain Thomson, Ben Vedder, Patricia Glazebrook, John Russon, Kirsten Jacobson, Hans Ruin, Daniel Dahlstrom, Wayne Froman, Iain Macdonald, Jill Stauffer, Leonard Lawlor, Janae Sholtz, Leslie MacAvoy, Tina Chanter, Robert D. Stolorow, Bret Davis, and Alejandro Vallega.



Towards the Rehabilitation of the Will in Contemporary Philosophy [PDF]

Vincent Blok

In general, Heidegger’s concept of Gelassenheit is interpreted as ‘indifference’ to ethical duties, as a quietism that withdraws from the world. What these authors fail to see, is that Heidegger does not embrace quietism, but puts into question this whole distinction between active and passive.

The Fourfold and the Framework:Heidegger’s Topological Critique of Technology [DOC]

Jeff Malpas

The Event, in contrast to the Framework, is thus in noway a ‘violent’ mode of revealing, but allows things to come forth in theirdifference and unity, in their distance and their nearness. Unlike the Framework,the Event allows the fourfold to appear in terms of the mirroring interplay, the‘round-dance’, of the elements that are brought to appearance within it.

Speaking the Language of Destiny: Heidegger’s Conversation(s) with Hölderlin [PDF]

James M. Magrini

Hölderlin's poetry holds the potential to determine the possibility and manner in which Dasein appropriates its historical "essence," and enacts its destiny, which first manifests as authentic possibility in the Ereignis, as Dasein's historical relation to Being is first "spoken" and inaugurated through the language of poetry.

Heidegger’s influence on posthumanism: The destruction of metaphysics, technology and the overcoming of anthropocentrism [PDF]

Gavin Rae

[P]osthumanist theory is both inspired by Heidegger and pushes off from him. In other words, what links the various posthumanisms is a common, Heideggerian-inspired attempt to overcome the logic of binary oppositions of humanistic anthropocentrism that departs from Heidegger’s insistence that doing so requires and must emanate from a primordial inquiry into the question of the meaning of being.

Heidegger without Man?: The Ontological Basis of Lyotard’s Later Antihumanism [PDF]

Matthew R. McLennan

Ereignis would be Being as the revelation of Being to itself qua the thinking of Being by human beings (i.e. the region of itself which is clear to itself). Heidegger’s rendering of Being as Ereignis is antihumanistic inasmuch as it configures human beings as the place of Being qua event, but not as the conceptual/ethical centre of the universe and/or history. Simply put, Being in itself transcends human beings.

Rethinking Dwelling
Heidegger and the Question of Place

Jeff Malpas

Of this event, in which both being and the human are appropriated each to the other, Heidegger writes that it “is that realm, vibrating within itself, through which man and being reach each other in their nature”—making clear that this event is indeed a realm, a bounded domain, a topos, rather than purely and ex-clusively temporal.

In: Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology

Mission Impossible? Thinking What Must be Thought in Heidegger and Deleuze [PDF]

Corijn van Mazijk

According to Heidegger, memory, in its original sense, is not just a thinking or recalling of past events as we are used to taking it. Moreover, it is a thinking and at the same time a thanking of past, future and now, a meditative state of heeding that which is gathered and compressed in the living present.

Psyches Therapeia: Therapeutic Dimensions in Heidegger and Wittgenstein [PDF]

Robert Eli Sanchez, JR.

Robert D. Stolorow

For both, philosophical investigation is a way of bringing what we already prereflectively understand into the light of thematic explicitness. And what both philosophers bring into thematic explicitness are aspects of our context-embeddedness and of our finitude.

Heidegger and the Metaphysics of Globalisation: Response to Nicholson and Rockmore [PDF]

Bernhard Radloff

Heidegger contends that the world wars are events in the history of being. There is nothing mythological or mystifying in this claim. They are events in the total mobilisation of all entities—all human and natural resources—in accordance with what is today.

Call for papers

The 48th Annual Meeting of The Heidegger Circle 2014

8-11 May, 2014
St. Petersburg, Florida

The Task of the Translator, or, How to Speak to Martin Heidegger [PDF]

Eric D. Mayer

And it’s that strange combination of esoteric, almost mystical texts (like “Die Kehre”) with scathingly direct political texts (like “Das Gestell”) that makes Einblick in das, was ist (along with, say, “Überwindung der Metaphysik” and “Zur Seinsfrage”) among the most important (and most neglected) of Martin Heidegger’s post- Kehre texts. And also among the most difficult to translate.

From Philosophy Today, Fall 2013

Heidegger’s Hölderlin Lectures

William McNeill

The word Ereignis, which becomes the keyword of Heidegger‘s thinking from the mid-1930s on, is here appropriated from Hölderlin‘s hymn "Mnemosyne," which speaks of the sich ereignen, the "coming to pass," of the true

Call for papers

Freedom and Destiny

Ways of Thinking with and after Heidegger

22-25 May, 2014

“Outside of Being”: Animal Being in Agamben’s Reading of Heidegger [PDF]

Simone Gustafsson

Heidegger argues that we must attempt to determine the concept of poverty in world insofar as it relates to the "phenomenon of world," but not in a manner that would hierarchise this relation.

Heidegger and Post-Cartesian Psychoanalysis
My Personal, Psychoanalytic, and Philosophical Sojourn

Robert D. Stolorow

[W]e must Be-with—that is, attune to—the other’s existentialanxiety and other painful affect states disclosive of his or her finitude, thereby providing thesefeelings with a relational home in which they can be held, so that he or she can seize upon his or her ownmost possibilities in the face of them.

Heidegger as a PostDarwinian Philosopher [PDF]

Lesley Chamberlain

To relinquish a traditional Christian account of being and assert a kind of visionary naturalism in its place, which is what I think Heidegger achieved, he needed a philosophy that could speak for the beauty and truth of an immediate experience of being not mediated by intellect.

A philosophical investigation of the shamanic drum.

The Nomads' Labyrinth


Larry Gomez

An adventure in thought.



Aspects of Technicity in Heidegger’s Early Philosophy: Rereading Aristotle’s Techné and Hexis [PDF]

Ernst Wolff

The very aim of exercise is, according to Heidegger, to cancel deliberation as to the realization of the desired result. Since it is the result that is decisive in τέχνη, the delivery of the result demands the smoothest procedure of the process of production, which is implied to be without deliberation, mechanically following rules or principles.

Heidegger's Historicisation of Aristotlean Being [PDF]

Susan Roberts

The difficulty for Heidegger, in attempting to assimilate Aristotle’s philosophical terms into his historical worldview, is that Aristotle’s ontology is not just unhistorical, but anti-historical. History was not deemed philosophically significant by the Greeks, as they did not believe that being resided there.

Indiana University Press

A new book of essays

Heidegger and Language

Edited by

Jeffery Powell

With contributions from Daniel O. Dahlstrom, Walter Brogan, William McNeill, Richard Polt, John Sallis, Krzysztof Ziarek, Daniela Vallega-Neu, Robert Bernasconi, Dennis J. Schmidt, Jeffrey L. Powell, David Farrell Krell, Françoise Dastur, Peter Hanly and Christopher Fynsk.



Bohr, Heidegger, the Unspeakable and Dis-Closure: An Exercise in Quantum Neurophilosophy

Gordon Globus

But there is a Heideggerian supplement to the abground not found in Bohr: the event of lighting-up or dis-closure, an appearance of the everyday world. Heidegger problematizes “world,” rather than taking it for granted.

On solitude and loneliness in hermeneutical philosophy [PDF]

Adrian Costache

What Heidegger seems to want to teach us is not either how to become philosophers or how to be with one another in a concrete manner but, rather, how to remain in dialogue with ourselves while being with others or how to become philosophers in the company of others.

Mary-Jane Rubenstein on metaphysics and ontotheology.

Richard Capobianco on Heidegger on Hölderlin on 'Nature's Gleaming'.

Heidegger and 'The Greek Experience' of Nature-Physis-Being.

The new Heidegger department at Wuppertal University


Indiana University Press

Between Word and Image

Heidegger, Klee and Gadamer on gesture and genesis

Dennis J. Schmidt



The Event

Martin Heidegger

Translated by Richard Rojcewicz

Das Ereignis, Heidegger's notebook from 1941-2 (GA 71).



Martin Heidegger's Technites, Paul Klee's Gestalt, and "starting from the very beginning"

Derek H Whitehead

In situating where and how works of art, carry, disclose, or open up truth, we come to recognise that the work of art posits the question of man. As Heidegger submits: "Being needs man and is not without man."

Naming Being - Or the Philosophical Content of Heidegger's National Socialism [PDF]

“Establishing the Truth: Heidegger’s Reflections on Gestalt” [PDF]

An indication of Being – Reflections on Heidegger’s Engagement with Ernst Jünger [PDF]

Vincent Blok

Tristan Garcia and the Thing-In-Itself [PDF]

Graham Harman

Though Heidegger never escapes the Kantian correlation between thought and world, both composing half of any situation we can talk about, he would not treat the orange as simply an enduring core within the visible realm. For Heidegger there is always withdrawal (Entzug) behind all presence, and the name of what withdraws is Being.

“The Danger” in Heidegger’s Bremen Lectures (Constellating Technology)

A video presentation.

Shattering the Political or the Question of War in Heidegger’s Letter on Humanism [PDF]

Babette Babich

When Heidegger speaking to the heart of the charge of nihilism argues that “Only from the truth of being can the essence of the holy be thought” he suggests that one must hear language beyond logic in a mode that hearkens to melody, interval, the spirit of the word.

From University Press of America

Questioning Martin Heidegger
On Western Metaphysics, Bhuddhist Ethics, and the Fate of the Sentient Earth

Eric D. Meyer

"Overcoming Metaphysics" provides the jumping off point for a wide-ranging critique and deconstruction of Western Metaphysics.



The Politics of the Homeless Spirit: Heidegger and Levinas on Dwelling and Hospitality [PDF]

Cecil L. Eubanks and David J. Gauthier

Given the inherently subjective nature of modern politics, the most appropriate response would seem to be withdrawal from the political realm altogether. Sure enough, much of Heidegger‘s work counsels the abdication of the political realm.

The Perversion of Subjectivity

Andrew Glynn

This crossing from technical knowing to erotic understanding is the experience of enowning itself, which recoils, at least in fantasy, into erotic enslavement of another. Ownership of another Self was seen as the primally erotic by Plato in the Phaedrus and Symposium at the beginning of metaphysics but lost in the swapping of the erotic horizon for the thanatic, particularly in Christianity, which from the beginning betrayed the erotic experience of life as love in its focus on death.

The Beckoning of Language: Heidegger’s Hermeneutic Transformation of Thinking [PDF]

Jeff Malpas

Hermeneutics is not to be construed as a form of theoretical comprehension or as a theory about interpretation. It is itself an interpreting, an announcing, a making known, and, as such, it is an interpreting that is also self-interpreting – hermeneutics is “the announcement and making known of the being of a being in its being in relation to…(me).”

Hermeneutic Phenomenology: From Heidegger to Gadamer [PDF]

This year's Institute for Hermeneutic Phenomenology is June 17–20, 2013, Indiana University. The visting philosopher is Andrew Mitchell.

Heidegger Circle 2013

The 2013 meeting of the Heidegger Circle is in New Haven, CT, May 2-5, 2013.

Heidegger on Sinn [PDF]

Jan Almäng

Sinn is a socially and historically constituted conceptual scheme, which functions as the background of all understanding.

Heidegger and the Problem of the Sublime

Lewis Coyne

[B]y comparing the sublime to an ontological mood of disclosure, rather than understanding it as an aesthetic experience, one is able to give an account which overcomes some—if not all—of the concept's metaphysical baggage bequeathed by Kant.

New from

Bloomsbury Publishing

Basic Problems of Phenomenology

Winter Semester 1919/1920

Martin Heidegger

Translated by Scott M. Campbell

Clarifying phenomenology by looking at the phenomenon of life.



Desubjectivation of Time and Self-Affection: Kant in Heidegger [PDF]

Emilia Angelova

Heidegger derives his main point about the temporality, the “subjectivity” of the pure subject in Kant: it is not some fixed (innate) a priori transcendental unity, contained in a consciousness. Rather, it is the open temporality of relating to being that “affects our concepts and representations”.

Heidegger at Sea: The Tragic Voyage to a Postmodern, Geocentric Name [PDF]

Lucas Murrey

Similar to all of Heidegger’s terms, Ereignis gestures to the possibility that the name has come, has become flesh in an experimental sense and one that cannot be reduced to the Pentecost of Christianity or the Shavuot of Judaism. That a spiritual-linguistic epiphany accompanies the creation of the word is suggested by the poetic context to which Heidegger’s key word for authentic experience—Ereignis—belongs.

Existentialism: A Preface

Jean Wahl

Let us also acknowledge that one cannot read Heidegger without a kind of drunkenness, that particular drunkenness which German philosophical wines of the best vintage give.

New from

Fordham University Press

The Early Heidegger's Philosophy of Life

Facticity, Being, and Language

Scott M. Campbell

Exploring the factical life through Heidegger's early courses.



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The Thought of Frankl, Heidegger, and Rosenstock-Huessy as Viewed Through Life's Experiential Montage [PDF]

Sunnie D. Kidd

For Heidegger in looking-toward being requires a looking-away-from coming-into-being and passing-away. As Heraclitus would say the harmonious structure of the world depends upon opposite tension like the bow and lyre. For Heidegger, "this is possible only if something is set above being, something that being never is yet but always ought to be." Being is the power that emerges and discloses.

The Passing of the World

David Wemyss

[S]ocial man has no criterion by which to judge his behaviour other than that of society. This may seem like a good thing – in general - but its cash value is that the individual has given himself up to anonymous instrumentality, allowing it to govern his existence as an investment, or a managerial project.

Being Time Space
Heidegger's Casting of World

Michael Eldred

[B]eing, time and space need human being for their eventuation. Hence, modern science's postulation of and insistence on the 'objective reality' of space and time is an illusion insofar as there is (i.e. It gives) objectivity only for subjectivity, and human being cast as subjectivity is only one particular historical casting of human being that still holds sway in our own epoch.

Mousike techne: The Philosophical Practice of Music in Plato, Nietzsche, and Heidegger [PDF]

The Ister: Between the Documentary and Heidegger’s Lecture Course Politics, Geographies, and Rivers [PDF]

Babette Babich

What we want to explore is never the fate of questioning in the wake of technology, that is: we do not ask how it fares with questioning in today’s technological world nor and indeed how to put technology as such in question (as if it could be) but and much rather we are concerned with the how, the practical know-how, of remedying or fixing whatever may be the untoward consequences of technology and just so that we can continue along as we are and have been.

Deciphering Heidegger’s Connection with the Daodejing [PDF]

Lin Ma

It is only ‘properly speaking’ (eigentlich) that dao can be said to refer to Weg. This means that only when interpreted in the particular manner, or thought in its proper nature as Heidegger may ascribe to it, can dao come into relation with Weg. Weg is the standard against which dao is measured. The same consideration applies to the relation between Ereignis and dao.

Gatherings: The Heidegger Circle Annual

Volume 3, 2013

Jesús Adrián Escudero, David Nowell-Smith, Sophie-Jan Arrien, Raoni Padui, Wayne J. Froman, Hakhamanesh Zangeneh

Heidegger on Hölderlin on "Nature's Gleaming" [PDF]

Heidegger and the "Greek Experience" of Nature-ΦΥΣΙΣ-Being [PDF]

Richard Capobianco

Heidegger seemed to have become expecially frustrated that his earlier formulations were still not understood in the proper way - as he would often say, primarily because we who are accustomed to speaking of "beings" only as static "objects" and "facts" have lost the ability to "hear" the names of Being as the Greeks heard them.


Indiana University Press

The Life of Understanding
A Contemporary Hermeneutics

James Risser

New directions in hermeneutics and new possibilities for “the life of understanding” and “the understanding of life.”



Collegium Phaenomenologicum

Heidegger: Gelassenheit, Ethical Life, Ereignis, 1933-1946

The Collegium Phaenomenologicum will convene for its thirty-eighth annual session in the Umbrian town of Città di Castello from July 8–26, 2013.

Bret Davis, Dennis Schmidt, Daniela Vallega-Neu

On the Way to Sophia: Heidegger on Plato's Dialectic, Ethics, and Sophist [PDF]

Francisco J. Gonzalez

[F]or Heidegger an ontology with ethical content is always bad ontology. This assumption represents a failure to encounter Plato's thought because the idea of the good cannot be adequately characterized as either purely ontological or an ontic value, as Heidegger's own indecision shows.

Heidegger on Sinn [PDF]

Jan Almäng

[I]f the current state of history is characterised by Seinsvergessenheit, it is impossible to ask directly after the Sinn of being, since our current conceptual scheme does not allow that question. And this explains Heidegger’s general philosophical strategy of creating a new conceptual repertoire, or, by reemploying an old conceptual repertoire, in order to give a more accurate description of Dasein and the world.

Making Nothing Happen: Yeats, Heidegger, Pessoa, and the Emergence of Post-Romanticism [PDF]

James Corby

It was Heidegger in the twentieth century who argued that the metaphysical quest for presence was in fact irrational and based on a distorted understanding both of the Greek concept of being and of the way we engage with the world, which in its emphasis on reflection tends to sideline the pre-reflexive and physically embodied aspects of man’s—or Dasein’s—opening onto the world.


Indiana University Press

Bremen and Freiburg Lectures
Insight Into That Which Is and Basic Principles of Thinking

Martin Heidegger

Translated by Andrew Mitchell

The transition from B&T and Heidegger's later thinking in plain language.



Dialectics, difference, and weak thought [PDF]

Gianni Vattimo

The risk run by dialectical thinking, whether utopic or negative, can be avoided only if one relates Heidegger's radical recovery of the question of Being to the critique of metaphysics as an ideology committed to insecurity and the domination that stems from it.

Heidegger and the Critique of the Understanding of Evil as Privatio Boni [PDF]

Richard Capobianco

According to Heidegger, Aristotle‘s fundamental insight was this: "being-moved" (kinesis) is the basic mode of being. Further, Aristotle clearly understood that the central philosophical task was to articulate the different dimensions of "being-moved" that is physis, Being, the process by which beings appear or presence.

The One-Eyed King: Consciousness, Reification, and the Naturalization of Heidegger

Scott Bakker

The Blind Brain Theory actually possesses the resources to reinterpret a number of the early Heidegger’s central insights, thrownness and ecstatic temporality among them. The focus here, however, is the Ontological Difference, and the kind of hermeneutic logic Heidegger developed in an attempt to mind the distinction between being and beings, and so avoid the theoretical sin of reification.

Cybernetics is an Antihumanism: Advanced Technologies and the Rebellion Against the Human Condition [PDF]

Jean-Pierre Dupuy

Was cybernetics the height of metaphysical humanism, as Heidegger maintained, or was it the height of its deconstruction, as certain of Heidegger’s followers believe?


Indiana University Press

The new translation

Contributions to Philosophy (of the Event)

Martin Heidegger

Translated by Richard Rojcewicz and Daniela Vallega-Neu

The transition from B&T and Heidegger's later thinking in plain language.



Plastic Surgery for the Monadology
Leibniz via Heidegger

Graham Harman

Heidegger’s tool‐analysis holds good for even the most stupefied forms of inanimate causation. But this means that the linguistic turn and all other forms of the philosophy of human access are shattered by Heidegger in a single blow. The relation between humans and the world is now merely a subset of the general relations between one withdrawn object and another.

Patterns of Triunity in Heidegger’s Time and Being: Contexts of Interpretation

Peter Harris

It is of course highly significant that Being is now displaced as the transcendens schlechthin—"the absolutely transcendent"—in favour of the Es gibt. The giving and sending of both Being and Time and their mutual relations are now referred to by Heidegger as Das Ereignis which now becomes the focal concern of the essay.

The Heideggerian Triad of Ontical, Ontological and Hermeneutical Approaches to Sein [PDF]

Abdul Rahim Afaki

This understanding-interpretation relationship having the notion of being-in-the-world in background is circular in the sense that all interpretations require the fore-structure of understanding and again all understanding is developed or projected through interpretation. This is what Heidegger calls the ‘circle of understanding’ denying any possibility of its being vicious.

The Self-Poetizing Earth: Heidegger, Santiago Theory, and Gaia Theory [PDF]

Henry Dicks

[O]n the one hand, [Heidegger] clearly shares the concern of environmentalists and ecologists regarding humankind’s currently destructive relation to the Earth; on the other hand, he could not agree with the widely held view (e.g., Odum 1997) that the application of cybernetic principles to ecology provides a suitable theoretical framework within which this destruction may be overcome. This raises the important question of whether Heidegger’s thought makes possible the elaboration of a viable environmental philosophy that in some sense transcends cybernetics.

The Political Dimension of the Public World: On Hannah Arendt’s Interpretation of Martin Heidegger

Jeffrey Andrew Barash

Granted that Heidegger allows for the possibility in Being and Time of an authentic human community, the ontological analysis of this authentic community is nonetheless enunciated in its distinction from a public world that would be capable of serving as an authentic ontological foundation for the political realm.

Gatherings: The Heidegger Circle Annual

Volume 2, 2012

Krzysztof Ziarek, William McNeill, David Nowell-Smith, Adam Buben, François Raffoul

Heidegger and the Question Concerning Biotechnology [PDF]

Nathan Van Camp

In Heidegger’s view, the danger of technology, including biotechnology, is not that something might go terribly wrong, but, quite the contrary, that everything will actually function smoothly.

Recently published

A Poetics of Homecoming

Heidegger, Homelessness and the Homecoming Venture


Brandan O'Donoghue

An investigation into the theme of homelessness in Heidegger’s discourses.



Heidegger and Metaphysical Aesthetics [PDF]

Rufus Duits

Insofar as the artwork instigates the strife between unconcealment and concealment in the setting up and setting-forth of world and earth it is a site of the happening, or “setting-into-work” of truth.

Rethinking the Polis
Implications of Heidegger’s questioning the political

Stuart Elden

Heidegger suggests that for modern eyes, the “political” is the way in which history is accomplished, and as such is itself unquestioned. The failure to question the “political” belongs with its totality. The totality of the political is not simply based on the arbitrary wilfulness of dictators, but in the metaphysical essence of modern actuality in general.

Martin Heidegger, Transcendence, and the Possibility of Counter-Education [PDF]

Ilan Gur-Ze’ev

Transcendence is the fundamental structure of the subjectivity of the subject. This is why in the traditional sense for Heidegger there is no transcendence: for him it is immanent in human existence.

The MIT Press

Groundless Grounds

A Study of Wittgenstein and Heidegger


Lee Braver

The common threads in both thinkers and how to understand them together.



Heidegger on mineness and memory [PDF]

Stephan Käufer

The mineness of the memory is not inherent in a momentary act in the stream of consciousness. Instead it is the mineness of world-disclosure.

Place and Locality in Heidegger's Late Thought [PDF]

Ian Angus

[T]here is an incipient distinction between ‘place’ and ‘location’ in Heidegger's late work. Heidegger articulates a relationship between the opening that allows an event of appropriation (Ereignis), which defines an epoch in the history of Being, and the dwelling of mortals in place (Ort), or among places, in which language plays a mediating role as the way in which Being speaks mortals.

Huebner’s Critical Encounter with the Philosophy of Heidegger in Being and Time: Learning, Understanding, and the Authentic Unfolding of History in the Curriculum [PDF]

James Magrini

Huebner’s critique of learning in social efficiency ideology is linked directly to Heidegger’s interpretation of the Cartesian world of objects, for if we are perceiving the classroom in such impoverished terms, focusing only on the objective features of the things we deal with, their present-at-hand attributes, their abiding presence, educators are missing the fact that things and people always reveal themselves in a larger context, within a context of meaningful relations, which cannot be reduced to the knowledge of things available to us by way of thematizing the world.

Heidegger’s Reading of Aristotle’s Concept of Pathos [PDF]

Marjolein Oele

Heidegger shows that pathos is not an incidental concept or a mere “byproduct” of other concepts, such as substance (ousia) or being (to einai). Instead, Heidegger pulls pathos out of the (traditional) shadows and shows its intricate connection with the groundbreaking concepts of being, movement, disposition, embodiment, and logos.

The MIT Press

Heidegger and the Thinking of Place

Explorations in the Topology of Being


Jeff Malpas

The place of topology in Heidegger's thinking.



The Work of Art and Truth of Being as "Historical": Reading Being and Time, "The Origin of the Work of Art," and the "Turn" (Kehre) in Heidegger’s Philosophy of the 1930s [PDF]

James Magrini

[A]rt opens and readies Dasein for its authentic communal and historical Being . . . in the “work-being” of the great work of art as the Ereignis, the lighting and clearing event of truth’s happening (aletheia), the temporal event of appropriation of the historical destining of Being, which is facilitated by Dasein’s participation in and preservation of the great work of art.

Rememberances of Heidegger in Marburg [PDF]

Elisabeth Hirsch

Droysen defined history as the constant increase of the ethical world, an assumption Heidegger did not share and which, in his view, lacked any proof.

Varieties of Presence: Heidegger and Husserl's Accounts of the Useful and the Valuable [PDF]

Sara Heinämaa

In order to avoid the epistemological preconceptions built into the traditional terminology of thinghood and to overcome the temptation to discuss entities as pieces of inert matter, Heidegger introduces a set of new concepts, the most important of which are the concepts of dealing (Umgang), concern (Besorgen), and equipment (Zeug).

Hegel versus Heidegger [PDF]

Slavoj Žižek

What Heidegger misses in his description of the Hegelian "experience" as the path of despair (Verzweiflung) is the proper abyss of this process: it is not only the natural consciousness that is shattered, but also the transcendental standard, measure, or framing ground against which natural consciousness experiences its inadequacy and failure - as Hegel put it, if what we thought to be true fails the measure of truth, this measure itself has to be abandoned.

Heidegger and ‘the concept of time’ [PDF]

Lilian Alweiss

As time passes, so do our possibilities. The passing of time and indeed such restrictions are thus meaningful only for a being that lives with an understanding of a limit.

What Is Heideggerian Cinema? Film, Philosophy, and Cultural Mobility [PDF]

Martin Woessner

The more important thing to consider today is that in this age of modern mobility, worlds are more frequently reshaped and transformed than ever before. This should make us recognize that we are indeed standing on groundless grounds, for our worlds, we now realize, are not only mobile and malleable but temporary, because in fact they are entirely temporal. This, in the end, is what Malick’s Heideggerian cinema—as both a product and an investigation of cultural mobility—puts on display.

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