Heidegger Studien / Etudes Heideggeriennes
Edited by Parvis Emad, Friedrich-Wilhelm von Herrmann, Pascal David,
Paola-Ludovika Coriando, Frank Schalow, and Ingeborg Schüßler
Heidegger Studies is dedicated to the understanding of the thought of Martin Heidegger through the interpretation of his writings. It provides an annual forum for the continuing interpretation of the whole of Heidegger's work (including works published in his lifetime) that is called for by the ongoing publication of his texts in the Gesamtausgabe. International in character, it publishes papers in German, English and French.
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Contributors include Walter Biemel, Françoise Dastur, François Fédier, István Fehér, George Kovacs, Günther Pöltner, William Richardson, Charles Scott, and Peter Trawny.
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