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Elucidations of Holderlin's Poetry (Contemporary Studies in Philosophy and the Human Sciences) Paperback – November 1, 2000
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Joan Stambaugh is a professor emerita of philosophy at Hunter College of the City University of New York. She is the author, most recently, of "The Finitude of Being," "The Other Neitzsche," and "The Formless Self,"
Keith Hoeller is an adjunct professor of philosophy at Green River Community College, where he became the first adjunct to win the college's Distinguished Faculty Award. He was also the first adjunct to win the Georgina Smith Award from the American Association of University Professors for improving the status of women and advancing collective bargaining. He is the cofounder of the Washington Part-Time Faculty Association and co-organizer of the New Faculty Majority. He has published more than two dozen opinion articles on adjunct faculty in the "Chronicle of Higher Education, Inside Higher Ed", and elsewhere.
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There is also "A Glimpse Into Heidegger's Study," which consists of photographic reproductions of several pages from one of Heidegger's copies of Hölderlin's poems which show Heidegger's marginal notes to Hölderlin's poem "Griechenland." Perhaps the most accessible of the essays is "Hölderlin's Earth and Heaven," in which Heidegger meditates on this poem.Read more ›
There is also "A Glimpse Into Heidegger's Study," which consists of photographic reproductions of several pages from one of Heidegger's copies of Hölderlin's poems which show Heidegger's marginal notes to Hölderlin's poem "Griechenland.Read more ›
Although one may criticize Heidegger's investment in Holderlin's writing and life as partial, and perhaps as conceptually manipulative, the book offers a fascinating engagement
with the life of words.
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The philosopher uncovers his principles of what he believes the poetry should be.Published 4 months ago by Lena Jacobson
A finely crafted translation of a pivotal book in contemporary European thought, phenomenology, post-modernism, and literary theory. Read morePublished on September 6, 2001
Dr. Hoeller works carefully with this work by Martin Heidegger. The result is a thorough but readable writing of Heidegger as he attempts to ground the poetry of this german poet. Read morePublished on May 14, 2001
This "scholar" should stick to the environment he knows best: The American Community College. Read morePublished on January 29, 2001