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Five Groundbreaking Moments in Heidegger's Thinking
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Introduction: Admonitions, Reminders 1. The Conditions in Which We Find Ourselves 2. Setting the Stage 3. Guideposts for This Work 4. First Moment: Heidegger and Nondual Thinking, Inseparable Phenomenon 5. Second Moment: Heidegger and Nonconceptual Language as Saying 6. Third Moment: Heidegger and the Symbiosis of Translation and Thinking, from Saying 7. Fourth Moment: Heidegger and Engaging in the Retrieval of Greek Thinking-Saying 8. Fifth Moment: Time-Space as Ab-Ground

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Kenneth Maly is an emeritus professor of Philosophy and Environmental Studies at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse.

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Five Groundbreaking Moments in Heidegger's Thinking presents a fresh interpretation of some of Heidegger's most difficult but key works. Kenneth Maly uniquely engages the reading in thinking 'along, after Heidegger, ' rather than aiming to prove something by way of extended linear-logical analysis, adding a new dimension to current interest in the importance of Heidegger's early Beitrage. - Robert Mugerauer, College of Built Environments, University of Washington

Kenneth Maly's new book is a provocative challenge to engage the 'joyful work of thinking' in a new way. Pushing beyond the usual frameworks of scholarly philosophical writing, Maly has created a challenging companion in thinking 'with and after Heidegger.' His engagement with the transformative possibility of thinking moves beyond disciplinary convention, a pleasurable experiment in 'thinking along with' Heidegger that reflects the movement of Maly's own remarkable thought.

- Sarah J. King, Religious and Intercultural Studies Department, Grand Valley State University

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