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on philosophical anthropology and aesthetics
Addressing Heidegger's continuing centrality to continental thought, Markus Weidler argues that Heidegger's prickly charm is best explained in terms of his great ingenuity, crafting a novel genre of writing which promises to harness the revelatory power of artworks for the purpose of philosophical inquiry. In doing so, Heidegger challenges the reader with a provocative form of artisan thinking, which for Weidler is central to understanding the significance of Heidegger's work overall.
Full citation [Harvard style]:
Weidler, M. (2019). Heidegger's style: on philosophical anthropology and aesthetics, Bloomsbury, London.
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