Language after Heidegger.pdf

Language after Heidegger

Krzysztof Ziarek

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Morada do ser. Ontologia. Subjetividade. Abstract: From considerations made by Martin Heidegger at the conference A way to language. (1959) on Wilhelm von ...

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Language after Heidegger.pdf


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The key role of language in Heidegger’s thinking after the “turn” of the mid-1930s comes from his recognition, already hinted at in Contributions to Phi-losophy, that the question of being that spans the trajectory of his work is essentially the question, or more precisely, the way, of language. This may be why the last section of Contributions to Philosophy is titled “Language (Its