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Author Malabou, Catherine.

Title The Heidegger change : on the fantastic in philosophy / Catherine Malabou ; translated and edited by Peter Skafish
Published Albany : State University of New York Press, [2011]
©2011
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Description 1 online resource (xxiv, 346 pages)
Series SUNY series in contemporary French thought
SUNY series in contemporary French thought.
Contents Machine generated contents note: More than a Title -- Situation of the Question of Change in Heidegger's Thought -- Migratory-Metamorphic Articulation -- Janus-Head Gestell -- Heidegger and the Others -- pt. I Metamorphoses and Migrations of Metaphysics -- Change at the Beginning -- Double Process of Schematization -- 1. Metabolism of the Immutable -- Structural Traits of Philosophy -- Whole-Form and Its Particular Trajectories -- Change -- and Change -- 2. Mound of Visions: Plato Averts His Gaze -- "Heidegger's Doctrine of Truth" -- Miming Bildung -- History and Change -- First Incision Geltung -- 3. "Color, the Very Look of Things, Their Eidos, Presencing, Being -- This Is What Changes" -- W, W, & V, or the Real Foundation of Inversion -- Will and Its Fashioning -- Inclusion of the Thinker in What Is Thought -- Transformation of Transcendence -- 4. Outline of a Cineplastic of Being --̂
Summary A major step in the series of texts in which Malabou elaborates a body of theory that starts from certain consequences of the philosophies of difference in order to go beyond them, The Heidegger Change is also an audacious work of theory for an age at risk of forgetting what it might take to do theory. A piece of writing in its own right, the text invents its own terminological and metaphoric lexicon while addressing its reader directly and urgently, and thus recalls the inventiveness and style of the classic theoretical texts of previous decades even as it stakes a route toward novel conceptual possibilities."--Pub. desc
Bibliography "Bibliography of Heidegger's works"-Page
Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Translated from the French
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Subject Heidegger, Martin, 1889-1976.
Change.
Form Electronic book
Author Skafish, Peter.
ISBN 1438439563 (electronic bk.)
9781438439563 (electronic bk.)
Other Titles Change Heidegger. English