Friday, October 18, 2013
In NDPR, Thomas Nenon reviews John Haugeland's Dasein Disclosed.
It becomes clear from the outset that Haugeland's primary interest is not nearly as much Heidegger's texts in themselves as what he sees as the important and original insights about fundamental issues in ontology, epistemology, philosophy of language, and philosophy of mind that can be found in Heidegger's early work. So even in the extended commentary on the First Division of Being and Time that comprises the book's core, Haugeland is selective in the choice of the concepts and passages that he presents and explains. His intent is not to produce a line-by-line or even section-by-section analysis, but rather to concentrate on those passages that present and explain what he sees as Heidegger's most important insights.
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