The Fragile Convergence: Structures of Metaphysical Thinking
- Author: Andreas Speer
- Year: 31-10-2011
- Translator from German: Georgi Kapriev
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- Product Code: 797-01
- SKU: 13.0029
- ISBN: 978-954-321-918-6
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The present state of metaphysics is ambivalent. On the one hand, speaking of a “postmetaphysical” age has become a jargon of “philosophical correctness” that is very often not even conscious of the origin of its mental state, which looks upon the opportunities of occidental metaphysics as exhausted. Heidegger puts it this way and, at the same time, narrates the history of metaphysics as a story of complete decline, as the attempt to render the eventful openness of being tangible as being and to make it accessible to thinking, finally doomed to fail — a thinking that, moreover, apparently is not afraid...
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|Translator||from German: Georgi Kapriev|
|Genre||Contemporary Philosophy, Metaphysics|