Heidegger Circle Proceedings
Papers from the Annual Meeting
Edited by the Conference Conveners
The Heidegger Circle is an international organization of faculty, students, and independent scholars interested in developing new ways of thinking about Heidegger's philosophy. It sponsors an annual meeting devoted to the interpretation of Heidegger’s ideas, and the papers accepted for this meeting are included in the Heidegger Circle Proceedings. Over 40 volumes are available. Some volumes include supplements with commentaries, corrections, and additional matertials.
Current Volume + ArchiveContributors include Babette Babich, Walter Biemel, John Caputo, Agostino Cera, Daniel Dahlstrom, Parvis Emad, Véronique Fóti, Trish Glazebrook, Don Ihde, Julia Ireland, Theodore Kisiel, David Farrell Krell, Reiner Schürmann, Thomas Sheehan, Joan Stambaugh, Daniela Vallega-Neu, James R. Watson, Michael Zimmerman, and many others.
· ISSN 2768-5969 (print) · Annual · Print copies no longer available ·
· ISSN 2768-6000 (online) · Access includes vol.9 (1975) to present ·
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