1. Being, truth and metaphysics; 2. The 'destitution' of modernity; 3. The essence of modern technology; 4. Dwelling; 5. The turning; 6. Fatalism; 7. The ethics of dwelling; 8. Being a guardian; 9. Fostering the growth of the saving power.
Explains in simple and straightforward language just what Heidegger's complex later philosophy is all about.
Julian Young is Honorary Research Associate at the University of Auckland. His publications include Nietzsche's Philosophy of Art (CUP, 1992) Heidegger, Philosophy, Nazism (CUP, 1997), and Heidegger's Philosophy of Art (CUP, 2001). He is currently working on a translation for Cambridge University Press of Heidegger's Holzwege.
"Young contests the common view that Hidegger's 'real' philosphy stops with eing and Time by claiming that Heidegger's later philosophy offers a unique diagnostic and therapeutic approach to modern destitution... For graduate students, researchers, and faculty." Choice "This is a wonderful book on Heidegger as physician and teacher." Miles Groth, The Review of Metaphysics