@fmct:Contents @toc2:Introduction 00 @toc1:Part I. Readings 1 Heidegger's Reading of History: The Split 000 2 The Question of Language 000 3 The Question of Thought 000 4 The Question of Interpretation 000 @toc1:Part II. Problems @toc2:1 And How Is It with Being? 000 2 The Problem of Transmission 000 3 The Hebraic Heritage and Western Thought 000 Conclusion: Deconstruction or Reconstruction? 000 @toc4:Notes 000 Bibliography 000
Marlene Zarader is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Montpellier III, France.
"The Unthought Debt is an insightful and provocative work whose nuanced and far-reaching argument is sure to generate among English readers significant new discussion surrounding an already much explored topic - that of the relation between Martin Heidegger's philosophy and the traditions of Western religious thought. Zarader's study sheds important light on the significance of religious thought in Heidegger, and it does so in a way that challenges, complements, and advances scholarship already existing in English on the issue." - Thomas A. Carlson, University of California, Santa Barbara