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Author Heidegger, Martin, 1889-1976.
Title Geschichte des Seyns. English
The history of Beyng / Martin Heidegger ; translated by William McNeill and Jeffrey Powell.
Imprint Bloomington : Indiana University Press, 2015.

Author Heidegger, Martin, 1889-1976.
Series Studies in Continental Thought
Studies in Continental thought.
Subject Philosophy.
Alt Name Heidegger, Martin, 1889-1976. Koinon. English.
Description 1 online resource
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Contents The history of Beyng (1938-40) -- Koinon, out of the history of Beyng (1939-40).
Machine generated contents note: I. History of Beyng -- 1. "The History of Beyng" Is the Name ... -- 2. History of Beyng -- 3. Western Philosophy -- 4. Truth of Beyng -- 5. Are We-- 6. "We Are" -- 7. Da-sein -- 8. Beyng -- 9. αληθepsilonια and Beyng -- 10. That Truth -- II. Contra-diction and Refutation -- 11. Contra-diction and Refutation (Re-iteration) -- 12. Historicism of Modernity and the History of Beyng -- III. Passage. The History of Beyng -- 13. Consummation of Metaphysics -- 14. Strife -- 15. Strife -- 16. World-relation -- 17. Historical Moment -- 18. Other Sovereignty -- 19. What Is That-- 20. Beyng and Beings -- 21. Commencement -- 22. What the Singular Need Is -- 23. History of Beyng -- 24. Representedness of Beings as the Actual -- 25. Beingness as Representedness -- 26. History of Beyng -- 27. Beyng as Sustainment -- 28. History of Beyng -- 29. History "of" Beyng -- 30. Failure to Recognize the Commencement -- 31. History of Beyng -- 32. Magnanimity and Forbearance toward What Is Most in Coming -- IV. Consummation of Metaphysics Being's Abandonment -- 33. Consummation of Metaphysics -- 34. Overcoming of Metaphysics. The Transition -- 35. Being's Abandonment -- 36. End of the Modern Age in the History of Beyng -- V. To Koivov -- 37. Passage -- 38. Subjectivity and Being's Abandonment -- 39. Koivov. On Passage -- 40. On the Concept of Machination -- 41. Machination (conceived in terms of the history of beyng) -- 42. Machination and Devastation -- 43. "Total" War -- VI. Sustainment. The Essence of Power The Necessary -- 44. "The Distinction" -- 45. Trace Pointing to the Truth of Beyng -- 46. Trace Pointing to the Truth of Beyng The Unusual in the Essential Sense -- 47. Truth of Beyng -- 48. Beyng -- 49. Decision. Beyng and the Human Being -- 50. Decision -- 51. Decision and the Future -- 52. Beyng -- 53. Beyng -- 54. Machination and Event -- 55. Singular Decision -- 56. Whence Being as Power-- 57. Essence of Power -- 58. Determination of the Essence of Power -- 59. Power "Needs" Power (Violence) -- 60. Power and Violence -- 61. Power and Crime -- 62. Essence of Power and Subjugation -- 63. "The Demonic Nature of Power" -- 64. Power and Truth -- 65. Power and Leveling -- 66. Power and Wretchedness -- 67. "Power" and "System" -- 68. Power and Public -- 69. Inhabitual and the Unexpected -- 70. Necessary -- 71. Beyng-Historical Thinking -- 72. Essence of Philosophy -- 73. Human Being and Da-sein -- VII. Essence of History. "Commencement." "Beyng" -- 74. History -- 75. History -- 76. History -- 77. Essence of History -- 78. History (Past and Having-been) -- 79. History of Beyng -- 80. History and Beyng -- 81. Concerning the Essence of History -- 82. Commencement-History-The Suddenness of the Commencement -- 83. Essence of History -- 84. "Life" and "History" -- 85. Historiography -- 86. History -- 87. History -- 88. Essence of History -- VIII. Beyng and the Last God -- 89. Last God -- 90. Countering -- 91. Confidence and Dasein -- 92. Beyng Is ... -- 93. Event -- 94. Earth and World -- 95. Beyng -- 96. Beyng -- 97. Beyng and the Nothing -- 98. Beyng. Coming to Be Appropriated into the In-between -- 99. Poverty -- 100. Poverty -- IX. Essence of History -- 101. Beyng-Historical Concept -- 102. Beyng -- 103. History of Beyng -- 104. History of Beyng -- 105. Bestowal and Reflection -- 106. Joint Crumbling of the German and Russian Worlds through Machination -- X. Owned -- 107. Bestowal and Impoverishment -- 108. Owned (Beings in Beyng as Event) -- 109. Owned -- 110. Owned -- 111. Beyng -- 112. Owned -- XI. Configuration of Saying -- 113. Beyng -- 114. History of Beyng -- 115. History of Beyng -- 116. History of Beyng -- 117. History of Beyng -- 118. Beyng -- 119. Beyng -- 120. Beyng -- 121. Guiding Words -- 122. Only Beyng Is -- 123. Beyng -- 124. Beyng -- 125. Beyng Is the Once -- 126. Event -- 127. Event of Appropriation and the History of Beyng -- 128. In the Event of Appropriation -- 129. Truth as the Clearing -- 130. Truth -- 131. Concealing -- 132. Truth -- 133. Is Beyng Always-- 134. Beyng as Event of Appropriation -- XII. History of Beyng (Da-sein) -- 135. Da-sein -- 136. That the Historical Human Being Comes into His Essence (Da-sein) -- 137. Da-sein -- 138. Protection -- 139. Errancy -- 140. Da-sein -- 141. Being's Abandonment -- 142. Projections of the Being of Beings from Out of the Casting of Being Itself -- 143. Seeking More Essentially the Other Commencement -- 144. Word and Language -- 145. Decision -- 146. Beyng -- 147. History of Beyng -- 148. History of the Human in Being -- 149. History -- 150. Democritus, Fragment 269 -- 151. Thinker -- 152. They Rail Surreptitiously and Openly -- 153. History, Commencement, Downgoing -- 154. "Ego" and "Subject" -- 155. Being of Beings and Beyngs of Beyng -- 156. History of Beyng -- 157. Experience and Steadfast Insistence -- 158. Leap Off -- 159. First Commencement -- 160. Essencing of Truth as Clearing of Beyng -- 161. Human Being and Anthropology -- 162. Human[--]Animal rationale -- 163. Metaphysics[--]Anthropology -- 164. First Commencement and the Human -- 165. History of Essential Thinking -- 166. Truth and Beyng. The Essence of History -- XIII. Beyng-Historical Thinking -- 167. Beyng-Historical Thinking and Philosophy -- 168. Beyng-Historical Thinking -- 169. "Philosophy" in the Other Commencement -- 170. "Philosophy" -- 171. Commencement -- 172. Essential Thinking -- 173. Beyng-Historical Thinking -- 174. Freedom -- 175. Honoring and Valuing -- 176. Questioning -- 177. Pure Finding -- 178. Sequence of Publications (in short treatises) -- Koivov. Out Of The History Of Beyng (1939-40) -- Additional Materials for The History of Beyng (1938-40) -- Additional Materials for Koivov. Out of the History of Beyng (1939-40).
Note Print version record.
Summary The History of Beyng belongs to a series of Martin Heidegger's reflections from the 1930s that concern how to think about being not merely as a series of occurrences, but as essentially historical or fundamentally as an event. Beginning with Contributions to Philosophy (Of the Event), these texts are important for their meditations on the oblivion and abandonment of being, politics, and race, and for their incisive critique of power, force, and violence. Originally published in 1998 as volume 69 of Heidegger's Complete Works, this English translation opens new avenues for understanding the trajectory of Heidegger's thinking during this crucial time.
ISBN 9780253018199
0253018196
9780253018144 (cloth ; alk. paper)
OCLC # 933516785
Additional Format Print version: Heidegger, Martin. History of Beyng. Bloomington, IN : Indiana University Press, 2016 9780253018144


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