150055

Bloomsbury, London

2019

288 pages

ISBN 9781350083394

Heidegger's style

on philosophical anthropology and aesthetics

Markus Weidler

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.

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Weidler, M. (2019). Heidegger's style: on philosophical anthropology and aesthetics, Bloomsbury, London.

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