PrefaceAcknowledgmentsCh. IIntroduction31Heidegger Absconditus42Heidegger on Logic93The Philosophy of Sein und Zeit154The Question of Being: Six Problems315Ways of Interpretation45Ch. IIAnalysis676An Interpretative Hypothesis687The Meta-Aristotelian Theme778The Phenomenologico-Hermeneutical Theme989The Transcendental Theme12110The Neo-Hegelian Theme15111The Postmonotheist Theme172Ch. IIISynthesis21112Forms of Synthesis21413The Turn (die Kehre)23314Heidegger and Hitler24615Heidegger and Nietzsche276Ch. IVCritique29116The Later Works29617An Evaluation of Sein und Zeit31718Death and the Multitude346Conclusion375List of Abbreviations387Notes389Bibliography533Index545
Herman Philipse is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Leiden in The Netherlands. In addition to books in Dutch on such subjects as Husserl's philosophy of logic, Descartes' ethical theory, and atheism, he has published articles in English on epistemology, philosophy of mind, Husserl, Heidegger, and Wittgenstein.
"A clear, well structured and provocative study of Heidegger's corpus."--Times Literary Supplement