Part I: Being-with and the Ethics of the Early Heidegger; Chapter One: The First Form of 'Being-with'; Chapter Two: The Second Form of 'Being-with' - The Collapse of Authenticity and Inauthenticity; Part II: The Ethics of the Thing; Chapter Three: Dying to Begin Ethics; Chapter Four: The Ethics of Questioning; Chapter Five: The Ethics of Saying; Part III: 'Being-with' in Later Heidegger - Ethics and Politics; Chapter Six: Ethical Being-with - The Face to Face of Mortals; Chapter Seven: Political Being-with - The Politics of Man and God; Chapter Eight: Conclusion
Michael Lewis is Research Fellow in Philosophy at the University of Sussex, UK.
."..the problematics engaged are rich and promising, making for an interesting work." -Jane Gordon, Philosophy in Review