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The Pertinence of Martin Heidegger's "Theory of Authenticity" in an assumed Hard- Deterministic world.

The Pertinence of Martin Heidegger's "Theory of Authenticity" in an assumed Hard- Deterministic world.

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Published by Christine Muir
This paper will discuss the ability for Martin Heidegger's Theory of Authenticity to exist in a Hard- Deterministic world. Through analytical arguments, the answer is found that no, it cannot exist in a hard- deterministic world.
This paper will discuss the ability for Martin Heidegger's Theory of Authenticity to exist in a Hard- Deterministic world. Through analytical arguments, the answer is found that no, it cannot exist in a hard- deterministic world.

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Published by: Christine Muir on Jan 09, 2013
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