Collection Les Cahiers d'Histoire de la Philos
576 pages - févr. 2006
This book is the first volume of a collection whose aim is to offer the public a state-of-the-art account of the great figures in the History of Philosophy. Each text (some of which are previously unpublished and all of which are remarkable for their pedagogical qualities) enlightens a fundamental point of Heidegger’s thinking, to help readers follow the passageways that lead to the choir of the cathedral. Our aim is to examine the studies that span the years of research between Heidegger’s death in 1976 and today. We would like this Cahier, published in the year of the 30th anniversary of his death, to be seen as a homage to Heidegger and an account of three decades of meditation on his work.
- Dimensions : 135x195x30
- ISBN : 9782204080293
- Poids : 644 grammes
Avec la collaboration de : Alain Boutot, Françoise Dastur, Jacques Taminiaux, Jean Greisch, Jean-François Marquet, Jean-Louis Chrétien, Jean-Luc Marion, Jean-Marie Vaysse, Jocelyn Benoist, Marlène Zarader, Maxence Caron, Olivier Souan, Pascal David, Philippe Capelle, Rémi Brague, Vincent Berne