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Heidegger, Aristotle and the Work of Art (2007. Auflage)

von Mark Sinclair

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"Despite the recognition that Heidegger's interpretation of Aristotle is fundamental to the project of Being and Time, the historical significance of this interpretation has still remained opaque. In fact, this interpretation concerns not merely what one thinker happens to find in another but rather the fate of metaphysics itself. In advancing this argument Part I of this book shows how Being and Time is to be understood, as Heidegger will seek to underline, to draw the inception of metaphysics in the work of Aristotle back to its own presuppositions. Part II of the book shows how this interpretative appropriation of Aristotle is transformed by Heidegger's subsequent reflection on the essence of art. The book thus shows how Heidegger's philosophical concern for the poetic in being is pivotal in the turning from the task of laying bare the presuppositions of metaphysics to that of an essential delimitation or 'overcoming' of metaphysics itself."--BOOK JACKET.… (mehr)
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Titel:Heidegger, Aristotle and the Work of Art
Autoren:Mark Sinclair
Info:Palgrave Macmillan (2007), Hardcover, 256 pages
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I had to take a break from my paper to write that I absolutely despise this book. In going against everything Heidegger stood for, Sinclair sacrifices poetry for emic observations of so called ‘truth’ in Heidegger’s work. It is that common ‘intellectual’ type of book where the author has to describe what he is attempting to do before every chapter, going so far as to use ‘I’. I must submit that Sinclair fails to do what he so prosaically claims he will do in every chapter. I lifted my nose from this book with a lack of understanding on Heidegger and especially about Aristotle's primordial locus of truth and the way he utilizes the word 'proposition' to mean anything he wants is diabolical.

Mark Sinclair, I am not a mere internet troll out to get you, I was hoping for great things with this book but you truly disappointed me with keeping your understanding of Heidegger to the esoteric level instead of helping to spread this valuable information, which is what any writer writing a book should set out to do. Fuck You. D- ( )
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"Despite the recognition that Heidegger's interpretation of Aristotle is fundamental to the project of Being and Time, the historical significance of this interpretation has still remained opaque. In fact, this interpretation concerns not merely what one thinker happens to find in another but rather the fate of metaphysics itself. In advancing this argument Part I of this book shows how Being and Time is to be understood, as Heidegger will seek to underline, to draw the inception of metaphysics in the work of Aristotle back to its own presuppositions. Part II of the book shows how this interpretative appropriation of Aristotle is transformed by Heidegger's subsequent reflection on the essence of art. The book thus shows how Heidegger's philosophical concern for the poetic in being is pivotal in the turning from the task of laying bare the presuppositions of metaphysics to that of an essential delimitation or 'overcoming' of metaphysics itself."--BOOK JACKET.

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