"Richard Capobianco's book, Engaging Heidegger, is an example of the best type of scholarship in Heidegger studies. He offers eight careful studies that trace developments, changes, turns and returns in Heidegger's thought as they relate to specific themes and topics." (William Koch, Human Studies, vol. 34, 2011)
"Capobianco provides a much needed clarification of the development of Heidegger's thought … It is a valuable contribution to scholarship concerned with Heidegger's differing approaches to the question of Being as well as to the development of his concept of Lichtung." (Andrew Ryder, Studies in Social and Political Thought, Vol. 18: Winter 2010 )
"Engaging Heidegger is refreshing for its clarity and scholarly precision … I am sure that others will join me in looking forward to further stimulating and illuminating reflections on Heidegger by this careful scholar and insightful thinker." (Bret W. Davis, Notre Dame Philosophical Review )
"The book as a whole presents a well-argued, independent view that will interest and challenge specialists...and will serve as an excellent introductory guide for students." --Graeme Nicholson, Review of Metaphysics, LXV, September 2011.
"Capobianco is delivering challenges to views widely held by prominent Heidegger experts, and he does so with impeccable scholarship and remarkable lucidity and simplicity, qualities rare in writing on this philosopher."(Richard Velkley, Research in Phenomenology, 41, 2011)