Paths in Heidegger’s Later Thought – new book out now

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Combined Academic Publishers have announced a new publication with Indiana University Press. Available now with a special promotional 20% discount.

Paths in Heidegger’s Later Thought
Edited by Günter Figal, Diego D’Angelo, Tobias Keiling, and Guang Yang

If one takes Heidegger at his word then his philosophy is about pursuing different “paths” of thought rather than defining a single set of truths. This volume gathers the work of an international group of scholars to present a range of ways in which Heidegger can be read and a diversity of styles in which his thought can be continued. Despite their many approaches to Heidegger, their hermeneutic orientation brings these scholars together. The essays span themes from the ontic to the ontological, from the specific to the speculative. While the volume does not aim to present a comprehensive interpretation of Heidegger’s later thought, it covers much of the terrain of his later thinking and presents new directions for how Heidegger should and should not be read today. Scholars of Heidegger’s later thought will find rich and original readings that expand considerations of Heidegger’s entire oeuvre.

Indiana University Press | Studies in Continental Thought | April 2020 | 314pp | 9780253047205 | PB | £33.00 (Price subject to change)

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Authors include:
(Check out full list of authors and chapters on the above url).
> Jeff Malpas is Distinguished Professor at the University of Tasmania and Visiting Distinguished Professor at Latrobe University. He is the co-editor of Reading Heidegger’s Black Notebooks, and the author of Heidegger’s Topology and Place and Experience.
> Diego D’Angelo is Postdoctoral Research Fellow and Lecturer at the University of Würzburg, Germany. He is the author of Zeichenhorizonte. Semiotische Strukturen in Husserls Phänomenologie der Wahrnehmung (Springer, forthcoming).
> Tobias Keiling completed a PhD in philosophy at the University of Freiburg, Germany, and at Boston College. In addition to his book Seinsgeschichte und phänomenologischer Realismus (Mohr Siebeck: Tübingen, 2015), he has published numerous articles developing an innovative reading of the later Heidegger.
> Guang Yang is Associate Fellow at School of Humanities, Tongji University Shanghai. He is the author of the book Versammelte Bewegung at Mohr Siebeck, Tübingen.