Being and truth /
Lectures given at the rise of National Socialism.
Bloomington, Ind. :
Indiana University Press,
|Series:||Studies in Continental thought.
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Table of Contents:
- Cover; Contents; Translators' Foreword; THE FUNDAMENTAL QUESTION OF PHILOSOPHY, Summer Semester 1933; Introduction; Main Part: The Fundamental Question and Metaphysics: Preparation for a Confrontation with Hegel; Chapter One, The Development, Transformation, and Christianization of Traditional Metaphysics; Chapter Two, The System of Modern Metaphysics and the First of Its Primary Determining Grounds: The Mathematical; Chapter Three, Determination by Christianity and the Concept of Mathematical-Methodological Grounding in the Metaphysical Systems of Modernity. Chapter Four, Hegel: The Completion of Metaphysics as Theo-logic; Conclusion. ON THE ESSENCE OF TRUTH, Winter Semester 1933-1934; Introduction: The Question of Essence as Insidious and Unavoidable; Part One, Truth and Freedom: An Interpretation of the Allegory of the Cave in Plato's Republic; Chapter One, The Four Stages of the Happening of Truth; Chapter Two, The Idea of the Good and Unconcealment; Chapter Three, The Question of the Essence of Untruth; Part Two, An Interpretation of Plato's Theaetetus with Regard to the Question of the Essence of Untruth; chapter One, Preliminary Considerations on the Greek Concept of Knowledge; Chapter Two, Theaetetus's Answers to the Question of the Essence of Knowledge and their Rejection; Chapter three, The Question of the Possibility of ... ; Appendix, Notes and drafts for the lecture course of summer Semester 1933; Appendix II: Notes and drafts for the lecture course of Winter Semester 1933-1934.