Heidegger's "Second Masterpiece"

Here are some of the themes covered:

  • What was the first beginning of philosophy?
  • What are the stages or phases of the first beginning of philosophy?
  • Why does Heidegger say that the first beginning of philosophy has come to an end?
  • What is another beginning of philosophy?
  • What is the implied political philosophy of the other beginning, if there is one?
  • What in the world is "beyng" (seyn) and why does it matter?
  • What does Heidegger say about other thinkers like Plato and Nietzsche?
  • How does the Contributions relate to Being and Time?

Is Heidegger is the key to our past and future?

The course will help you find your footing so that this difficult, incredible text does not slip away from you.

  Contributions to Philosophy (of the Event)
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