Routledge Philosophy Guidebook to the Later Heidegger (Routledge Philosophy Guidebooks)

George Pattison

TheRoutledge Philosophy GuideBook to the Later Heideggerguides the reader through the complexities of Martin Heidegger's later works. It offers a clear introduction to the main themes that preoccupied Heidegger in the second part of his career: technology, art, the history of philosophy, and the exploration of a new post-technological way of thinking. Pattison explores many aspects of Heidegger's later life and work, including the massive controversy surrounding his Nazism, as well as his readings of Nietzsche, the Presocratics and Hölderlin. Pattison also assesses the difficult nature of Heidegger's thought and its significance for philosophy today.

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