Martin Heidegger English Translations

Books, articles, letters, and English Translations in Preparation

Compiled by Dr. Alfred Denker and Daniel Fidel Ferrer. Last up-date: Monday, August 11, 2003
Compiler’s note: The year and letter in parentheses after the titles of the essays refer to the German title in Appendix I of Alfred Denker’s Historical Dictionary of Heidegger’s Philosophy, GA indicates the volume of the Gesamtausgabe. This is a work in progress, so we would be grateful for all corrections and additions. Alfred.denker@wanadoo.fr or Daniel.Ferrer@cmich.edu

1. Books Aristotle’s Metaphysics 1-3: On the Essence and Actuality of Force. (GA 33). Translated by Walter Brogan and Peter Warnek. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1995 Basic Concepts. (GA 51). Translated by Gary Aylesworth. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1994 Basic Problems of Phenomenology, The. (GA 24). Translated by Albert Hofstadter. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1982 Basic Questions of Philosophy. Selected “Problems” of “Logic”. (GA 45). Translated by Richard Rojcewicz and André Shuwer. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1994 Basic Writings. Edited by David F. Krell. New York: Harper & Row, 21993 Contains: 1. Being and Time: Introduction. Translated by Joan Stambaugh with John Glenn Gray and David F. Krell. (1927d) 2. What Is Metaphysics? Translated by David F. Krell. (1929k) 3. On the Essence of Truth. Translated by John Sallis. (1943a) 4. The Origin of the Work of Art. Translated by Albert Hofstadter. (1935c) 5. Letter on “Humanism”. Translated by Frank A. Capuzzi, and John G. Gray. (1946a) 6. Modern Science, Metaphysics and Mathematics. Translated by William B. Barton Jr. and Vera Deutsch. (1962a, selection) 7. The Question Concerning Technology. Translated by William Lovitt. (1953c) 8. Building Dwelling Thinking. Translated by Albert Hofstadter. (1951a) 9. What Calls for Thinking? Translated by Fred D. Wieck and John Glenn Gray. (1971b, selection) 10. The Way to Language. Translated by David F. Krell. (1959c) 11. The End of Philosophy and the Task of Thinking. Translated by Joan Stambaugh. (1964a) Being and Time. (GA 2). Translated by John Macquarrie and Edward Robinson. New York: Harper & Row, 1978

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Translated by J. Fragment B 50). Conversation on a Country Path About Thinking.B. (1943f) Elucidations of Hölderlin’s poetry. Albany: State University of New York Press. Philosophia Naturalis. (1944/45a) Discussion Between Ernst Cassirer and Martin Heidegger. New York: Doubleday. Memorial Address. Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal. 15. Capuzzi. Vol I.H. Translated by Joan Stambaugh.. Amherst: Humanity Books. No. 34-41). (GA 2). New York: Harper & Row. 1973 2 . Fr. (1913c) Contributions to Philosophy. From Enowning. (1915a). Translated by J. DePaul University 1978 Early Greek Thinking. (1910b) 3.Being and Time. The Anaximander Fragment. (1929e) Duns Scotus’ Theory of the Categories and of Meaning. Translated by Joan Stambaugh. Elementa Philosophia Aristotelico-Thomisticae. The Existential Tradition: Selected Writings. II. Jos. 1975 Contains: 1. (1911b) 6. (GA 65). 1971. O. Translated from the German and with Introduction by Harold Robbins. 1992. Protevi. Translated by Fr. Dissertation. On Philosophical Orientation for Academics. Moira (Parmenides. 2 and Vol. New York: Harper & Row. Translated by Parvis Emad and Kenneth Maly..M. Krell and Frank A. Editio. Freund. (1911a) 5.. VIII. 1991 Contains: 1. Logica. Jörgensen. (1924c) Contributions to “Der Akademiker”. Gredt. Fragment B 16). 14. (1955b) 2. Translated by William McNeill.). Joh. Logos (Heraclitus. Anderson and E.W. Aletheia (Heraclitus. (1910d) 4. No. In: New School for Social Research New York. Translated by David F. (1951c) 3. "Authority and Freedom: Observations on the Cultural Problem of the Church". Per mortem ad vitam (Thoughts on Johannes Jörgensen's "Lies of Life and Truth of Life"). The. (1946c) 2. 2000 End of Philosophy. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. "Travelogue: Light and Dark Nature and Spirit". Oxford: Blackwell. New York: Harper & Row. 1996 Concept of Time. Library of Valuable Novellas and Stories. Jos. In: N. "Sealed Lips: The Story of Irish Folk Life in the 19th Century". 1966 Contains: 1. 1. A. (GA 4). 1999 Discourse on Thinking. Translated with an introduction by Keith Hoeller. Slade. Langiulli (ed. The. Förster. Cüppers. Ad.S. Vol. Psychology of Religion and the Subconscious.. (1952a) 4. (1912a) 7. (1910a) 2. (1912b) 8.

1985 Hölderlin’s Hymn: “The Ister”. Bilingual edition. Translated by Gary E. (1929b) Essence of Truth. Evanston: Northwestern University Press. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. 1960 Contains: 1. Translated by Douglas Scott. (1957d) The Essence of Human Freedom: an Introduction to Philosophy.. Amherst.Contains: 1. Hull and Alan Crick. Overcoming Metaphysics. Metaphysics as History of Being. London: Continuum Books. (1966/67) History of the Concept of Time. (1930e & h) 4. Translated by William McNeill and Nicholas Walker. New York: Philosophical Library Inc. The. 1995 Hegel’s Concept of Experience.C. Washington. Hölderlin and the Essence of Poetry. (1943e) 2. N. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. Translated by John Glenn Gray. 1988. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. (GA 53). Translated by Theodore Kisiel. 1949 Contains: 1. Solitude. The Onto-Theo-Logical Nature of Metaphysics.C. Leidecker. Translated by Parvis Emad and Kenneth Maly. 1997 3 . Prolegomena. (GA 29/30). Remembrance of the Poet.C. London: Continuum Books. Finitude. Translated by R. Aylesworth. Translated by William McNeill and Julia Davis. the: On Plato’s Parable of the Cave and the Theaetetus. and with an Introduction by Werner Brock. Translated by K. What Is Metaphysics? Translated by R. Evanston: Northwestern University Press. Seibert. D. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.: Regnery Gateway Company. On the Essence of Truth. (1941h) 3.F. 1970. (1929k) Fundamental Concepts of Metaphysics: World. Translated by Charles H.: Humanity. (1957c) 2. (GA 32). (1942/43a) Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit. Translated by Douglas Scott. The Heidegger-Jaspers correspondence (1920-1963). Translated by Ted Sadler. ISBN 0-8264-5921-8. The. (1936a) 3. Existence and Being. 1993. (1941i) 4.F. Sketches for a History of Being as Metaphysics. 1969. Hull and Alan Crick. (GA 34). 2002. Edited by Stefan Schimanski. ISBN: 1591020603. Translated by Ted Sadler. translated by Terrence Malick. Heraclitus Seminar (with Eugen Fink). (1936-46) Essays in Metaphysics: Identity and Difference.F. New York: Harper & Row. Recollection in Metaphysics.Y. Essence of Reasons. (1941g) 2. The Principle of Identity. 2002.

The Will to Power as Knowledge. Edited by Manfred Stassen. New York : Continuum. New York: Harper & Row. Translated by Michael Heim. Translated by Joan Stambaugh. The Eternal Recurrence of the Same. with Notes and an Analysis. (GA 3). 1962 Kant and the Problem of Metaphysics. Krell. Edited. Edited by Günther Neske and Emil Kettering. ISBN: 0826415105 (hardcover : alk. Metaphysical Foundations of Logic. Martin Heidegger in Conversation. (GA 40). An. (1974d) Martin Heidegger : philosophical and political writings. The Principle of Identity. The Rectorate 1933/34: Facts and Thoughts.Identity and Difference. Harries. Translated by L. (1966a) 4. 1984 Contains: 1. (1969f) 5. paper) 0826415113. (1945a) 3. 1990 Contains: 1. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. Churchill. The Will to Power as Art. Greetings to the Symposium in Beirut. (1933a) 2. (GA 26). Bloomington: Indiana University Press. Translated by James S. Edited and Translated. New York: Paragon House. 1984 Nietzsche I: The Will to Power as Art. Edited and Translated. The Onto-Theo-Logical Constitution of Metaphysics. (1929a). Translated by Ralph Manheim. by David F. (1939d) 4 . New York: Harper & Row. Krell. 1979 Contains: 1. The. New York: Harper & Row. New York: Harper & Row. by David F. (1936/37b) Nietzsche II: The Eternal Recurrence of the Same. (1937d) 2. 1969 Contains: 1. 1984 Introduction to metaphysics. with Notes and an Analysis. David F. The Self-Assertion of the German University. Translated by Richard Taft. (GA 40). New Haven: Yale University Press. Transl2ated by Joan Stambaugh. New translation by Gregory Fried and Richard Polt. Krell. with Notes and an Analysis. 2003. 2000 Kant and the Problem of Metaphysics. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. by David F. Who Is Nietzsche's Zarathustra? (1953e) Nietzsche III: The Will to Power as Knowledge and Metaphysics. (1957c) 2. and Frank A. (1939c) 2. The Eternal Recurrence of the Same and the Will to Power. (1957d) Introduction to Metaphysics. Krell. 1997 Martin Heidegger and National Socialism: Questions and Answers. New Haven: Yale University Press. Capuzzi. 1984 Contains: 1. The Spiegel-Interview.

(1959c) 4. European Nihilism. Translated by Frank A. (1939a) 9. 1”. Edited by William McNeill. (1958b) 5. 1998 Contains: 1. (1946a) 11. (GA 54). (1929b) 6. Introduction to “What Is Metaphysics?” Translated by William Kaufmann. (GA 12) Translated by Peter D. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. Comments on Karl Jaspers’s “Psychology of Worldviews”. (1930e & h) 7. Time and Being. On the Question of Being. (GA 5) Translated by Julian Young and Kenneth Haynes. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. (1949b) 12. Capuzzi. Hertz. (1953/54) 2. The Nature of Language. with Notes and an Analysis. Phenomenology and Theology. Postscript to “What Is Metaphysics?”. Krell. Translated by André Schuwer and Richard Rojcewicz. Translated by John van Buren. 1999 Parmenides. (1964a) 3. (1944-46) Off the Beaten Track. Translated by Michael Heim. The Hermeneutics of Facticity. 1971 Contains: 1. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Plato’s Doctrine of Truth. (1942a) 8. Translated by Thomas Sheehan. (1963a) Ontology. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Translated by Joan Stambaugh. On the Essence and Concept of in Aristotle’s “Physics B. What Is Metaphysics? Translated by David F. (1957/58) 3. (GA 63). Words. (1940c) Nietzsche IV: Nihilism. On the Essence of Truth. From the Last Marburg Lecture Course. Capuzzi. New York: Harper & Row. On the Essence of Ground. My Way to Phenomenology. (1955a) 5 . 2002 On the Way to Language. Translated by Joan Stambaugh. Translated by William McNeill. Nihilism as Determined by the History of Being. Letter on “Humanism”. (1929k) 5. (1943b) 10. (1962c) 2. Hart and John C.3. 1972 Contains: 1. A Dialogue on Language. Maraldo. 1982 Contains: 1. Translated by John van Buren. by David F. Translated by Thomas Sheehan. Nietzsche’s Metaphysics. (1964b) 4. Edited. Translated by Frank A. (GA 9). (1940b) 2. 1993 Pathmarks. The Way to Language. New York: Harper & Row. Language in the Poem. Translated by John Sallis. New York: Harper & Row. Translated by William McNeill. (1952d) On Time and Being. (1919-21) 2. Krell. Translated by William McNeill. The End of Philosophy and the Task of Thinking. Translated by James G. (1927e) 3.

Kimmel. The Question Concerning Technology. Thinking. edited and translated by J. Aiken (eds. (1958a) Plato: The Sophist. 1977 Contains: 1. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. (GA 25).T. (1949c) 3. 1962. (1950b) 6. Dwelling. Principles of Thinking. (1953c) 2. (1956a) Piety of Thinking. Translated by Richard Rojcewicz. 1962. The Thing. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. The Origin of the Work of Art. Translated by Richard Lilly. Pohl. 3. Vol. New York: Random House. (1964f) 3. Building. 2001. Translated by James G. (GA 61). 1977 Question Concerning Technology and Other Essays. The Thinker as Poet. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. Phenomenological Interpretations of Aristotle: initiation into Phenomenological research. pp. (1938) 5. In: The search for Being. (1951a) 5. “Philosophy – what is it?”. New York: Harper & Row. Thought. Review of Ernst Cassirer’s “Mythical Thinking”. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. (1942a) Poetry. Hart and John C.B. New York: Harper & Row. The. Hegel and the Greeks. In: William Barrett and Henry D. 1971 Contains: 1. Science and Reflexion. Translated by Parvis Emad and Kenneth Maly. Klein and William E. The Turning. (GA 19). (1953d) 6 . (1935c) 3. Kant’s Thesis about Being. New York. Translated by Ted . (1950c) 7 . (1943c) 4. (1927e) 2. 1997. Translated by William Lovitt. Maraldo. Translated by John Barlow. 1997 Plato’s Doctrine of Truth. (1947b) 2. Translated by Richard Rojcewicz and André Schuwer. Language. What Are Poets For? (1946b) 4.). The. The (GA 10). Translated by Albert Hofstadter. Wilde and W.E. (1961c) Phenomenological Interpretation of Kant’s “Critique of Pure Reason”. Translated by Robert Metcalf. (1928g) 4. Philosophy in the Twentieth Century. …Poetically Man Dwells… (1951b) Principle of Reason. 491-520.Some Pointers to Its Major Aspects. Theological Discussion of “The Problem of Non-Objectifying Thinking and Speaking in Today’s Theology” . Language. The Word of Nietzsche: “God Is Dead”. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. The Age of the World Picture.13. (1958c) 14. 1976 Contains: 1. Phenomenology and Theology.

Wilde and William Kluback. Translated from the German with notes and afterwords by Franz Mayr and Richard Askay. 2002. 2001 Supplements : from the earliest essays to Being and time and beyond / Translation by John Van Buren. New York: Harper & Row. Wieck and John Glenn Gray. Wilde and William Kluback. Barton. See also. volume 25. Translated by Ted Sadler. (GA 89). Translated by Joan Stambaugh. 1964/1965. (1929d. The. translated by Jean T. San Francisco: Deliriodendron. 2000. 1990. translated by Jean T. New Haven: College and University Press. Rowman & Littlefield. 1968. Translated by Jack Hirschman. Chicago: Henry Regnery Company. Conversations. (1971a) Signposts: 1913-1976. D. (1956a) Zollikon Seminars: Protocols. Detailed Table of Contents: Thoughts on Johannes Jörgensen's Lies of Life and Truth of Life (1910) THE PROBLEM OF REALITY IN MODERN PHILOSOPHY (1912) THE CONCEPT OF TIME IN THE SCIENCE OF HISTORY (1915) THE THEORY OF CATEGORIES AND MEANING IN DUNS SCOTUS Author’s Book Notice (1917) Conclusion: The Problem of Categories (1916) LETTER TO FATHER ENGELBERT KREBS (1919) COMMENTS ON KARL JASPERS' PSYCHOLOGY OF WORLDVIEWS (1920) THE PROBLEM OF SIN IN LUTHER (1924) PHENOMENOLOGICAL INTERPRETATIONS IN CONNECTION WITH ARISTOTLE: An Indication of the Hermeneutical Situation (1922) WILHELM DILTHEY'S RESEARCH AND THE STRUGGLE FOR A HISTORICAL WORLDVIEW (1925) Towards the Definition of Philosophy. Articles “A Cassirer-Heidegger Seminar”. Letters. 1967. 208-222. (1962a) What Is Called Thinking? Translated by Fred. 171185. What Is a Thing? Translated by William B. Athens: Ohio University Press. In: Philosophy and Phenomenological Research. Albany : State University of New York Press. 1988 Slow lightning: the poems of Martin Heidegger. pp. pp. (1971b) What Is Philosophy? Bilingual edition. Kant and Problem of Metaphysics. Unknown translator or what is included. Bilingual edition.Question of Being. (GA 56/57). and Vera Deutsch. 2001 2. (1955a) Schelling’s Treatise on Human Freedom. Evanston: Northwestern University Press. 1958. London: Continuum Books. 1968. Albany: New College University Press. Jr. 1985. 1929e) 7 .

and Jacques Taminiaux (eds. In: Hugo Ott. In: Richard Wolin (ed. Dordrecht: Kluwer 1988. 1993. 1973. In: William J. pp. 105 (no. Paragon House. 1965. 6. (1915e) “Creative Landscape: Why Do We Stay in the Provinces?”. In: Man-and-World.). Giuseppina Moneta. edited by Anton Kaes. The Heidegger Controversy: A Critical Reader. The Hague: Nijhoff. Translated by Dagobert D. 1964. pp. The Collegium Phaenomenologicum: The First Ten Years.). pp. Schrynemakers. 1.“A Greeting to the Symposium in Beirut”. pp. (1915g) “Editor’s Forward”. Translated by H. In: The Weimar Republic Sourcebook. In: John Sallis. In: Delos. 29-33. (GA 16. 1990. volume 3. pp. 1970. Berkeley. 1966. (3) 1980. In: Edmund Husserl. 253-254.).. Translated by Thomas Sheehan. pp. (1967d??) “A Word from the University”. (1933b) “Curriculum Vitae”.). (1928b) “Eventide on Reichenau”. (1916a) 8 . 420427. Kockelmanns. p. pp. Pittsburg: Duquesne University Press. (1951d) “Art and Space”. Emil and Heidegger. Translated by William Richardson. John Sallis. (1974d) “A Heidegger Seminar on Hegel’s Differenzschrift”. Martin”. pp. p. 9-45. Cambridge: MIT Press. Martin Jay. (1933i) “Consolation”. In: J. 1963. no 121) “Acknowledgement on the Conferment of the National Hebel Memorial Prize”. 3-8. pp. (1913e??) “CV 1913”. (GA 16. Translated by Thomas Sheehan. 1994. 1993. Runes. 52-53. The Collegium Phaenomenologicum: The First Ten Years. 1990. 78-80. 88-89. Richardson S. 3-4. no 234) “An Exchange of Letters between Staiger. (1968b) “A Recollection”.J. XI. Giuseppina Moneta and Jacques Taminiaux (eds. (1913e) “CV 1915”. In: Man and World. and Edward Dimendberg. Martin Heidegger and National Socialism: Questions and Answers. 1-2. pp. In: Günther Neske and Emil Kettering (eds. Martin Heidegger: A Political Life. Dordrecht: Kluwer 1988. California: University of California Press. In: German Existentialism. Translated by Thomas Sheehan. Translated by T. In: The Southwestern Journal of Philosophy. Translated by William Lovitt. 426-428. The Phenomenology of Inner TimeConsciousness. Heidegger: Through Phenomenology to Thought. Seigfried. Martin Heidegger. (1969b) “Avowal to Adolf Hitler and the National State”. pp. 3). 106. In: PMLAPublications of the Modern Language Association of America. New York: 1965.

1997. Palmer. 1947. (1961c) 9 . pages 40-54. pp. (1961b) “In Memory of Max Scheler”. Palmer. Psychological and transcendental phenomenology and the confrontation with Heidegger (1927-1931): the Encyclopaedia Britannica article. 89-101. Runes. 1973. (1933h??). Martin Heidegger: A Political Life. Translated by John Macquarrie. Sheehan. (1933g). “From the last Marburg lecture course”. 68. 37-42. 27-28. 69. In: Hugo Ott. Dordrecht: Kluwer. 125-127. Runes.Friend of the House”. and Kant and the problem of metaphysics. 1983. (1911e) “Kant’s Thesis about Being”. Heidegger. New York : Harper and Row 1971. In: Telos. pp. p. 1993.). pp. Fall 1988. Heidegger to Marcuse June 20. no. (1964b) “German Students”. 312-332. 4. the Amsterdam lectures. p. In: Future of our religious past.” and Husserl’s marginal notes in Being and time. In: Edmund Husserl. 3. pp. “Phenomenology and anthropology. 1948) “Heidegger’s Letter and Appendices” (letter to Husserl. Technology. 1919). 136-137. 1998. Volume 12. 475-477. the Amsterdam lectures. In: Southwestern-Journal-of-Philosophy. (Letter to Elli Husserl. pp. Martin Heidegger and National Socialism: Questions and Answers. pp. (1928h) “Interview: Martin Heidegger”. 1990. 81-88. The. In: German Existentialism. Volume 3. Edited and translated by Thomas Sheehan and Richard E. The Man and the Thinker. “Gethsemans Hours”. “Phenomenology and anthropology. Pub Dordrecht: Kluwer. Psychological and transcendental phenomenology and the confrontation with Heidegger (1927-1931): the Encyclopaedia Britannica article. In: Contemporary German Philosophy. Translated by Dagobert D. pp. Translated by Th. pp. In: Hugo Ott. Edited and translated by Thomas Sheehan and Richard E. 1948. New York: 1965. pp.” and Husserl’s marginal notes in Being and time. 159-160. Marcuse to Heidegger May 12. Martin Heidegger: A Political Life.). 263-267. (1929f) “Follow the Führer”. “Homeland: Festival Address at a Centennial Celebration”. 7-33. 1997. pp. In: Th. (1911f) “Hebel . war. 1973. In: Herbert Marcuse. 1993. New York: 1965. 1981. In: Edmund Husserl. Sheehan (ed. and fascism.“For Edmund Husserl on his Seventieth Birthday”. and Kant and the problem of metaphysics. pp. In: German Existentialism. (Marcuse to Heidegger August 28. 77. (1957e) “Heidegger and Marcuse: A dialogue in letters”. London: Routledge. In: Günther Neske and Emil Kettering (eds. In: Listening. April 24. Translated by Dagobert D. “Heidegger’s Letter to the Boss’s Daughter”. October 22. 1927). (1969f) “July Night”.

The Heidegger Controversy: A Critical Reader. Martin Heidegger: A Political Life. Heidegger and the Quest for Truth. (Note this letter is from 1955. 17-19. 1965)”. In: John Sallis. 1919)”. Alcopley. 1973. In: New German Critique. see above for 1951). Translated by Thomas Sheehan. Heidegger und Hisamatus und ein Zuhorender. 1963.An Exchange of Letters”. November 4. Chicago: Quadrangle Books. “Listening to Heidegger and Hisamatsu”. 1970. 40-54. 1975)”. Heidegger’s Zollikon Seminars”. pp. In: Tri-lingual. In: Thomas Sheehan (ed. In: German Existentialism. In: Heidegger and Christianity. 1991. 61-66. (1969d) 10 . In: Review of Existential Psychology and Psychiatry. no. pp.“Labor Service and the University”. Translated by Dagobert D. 10-11. In: Listening. Borgmann”. pp. pp. Volume 14. 1994. 28-32. 1966)”. Tri-lingual. Edwards (January 28. Kyoto: Bokubi Press. p. 106-107. 133. 1981. 19871988. (1966f) “Letter to the Rector of Freiburg University. 77-78. “Letter to Engelbert Krebs (January 9. 1993.). Heidegger. Volume 3/4. Translated by A. In: Hugo Ott. 1970. (1933d) “Letter concerning Qualifying Dissertation July 2. Conversion with Hisamatsu Hoseki. Edited by Alfred L. pp. (1964i) “Letter to Manfred S. Frings (ed. volume 16. 21-22. (1915) “Letter to Alcopley”. 111-112. 1-88.). Borgmann. In: Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal. The Collegium Phaenomenologicum: The First Ten Years. (1958d) “Marcuse. no 2. Frings (October 20. Martin . Kyoto: Bokubi Press. pp. 1981. Herbert and Heidegger. pp.). Volume 14. volume 20. (1975b) “Letter to Manfred S. 53 (SPR-SUM). (from 1987) “Messkirch’s Seventh Centennial”. 1963. In: Heidegger Studies. pp. Heidegger und Hisamatus und ein Zuhorender. Runes. 1993. 1978/1979.). pp. In: Philosophy East and West. pp. 563-577. (1969i) “Letter to A. 221. pp. (1919e) “Letter to Jean Beaufret (February 22. In: Man and World. Schrynemaker”. 1945”. (Excerpts). The Man and the Thinker. (1945c) “Letters to Elisabeth Blochmann”. In: John Salles (ed. Giuseppina Moneta and Jacques Taminiaux (eds. 7-21. H. In: Richard Wolin. (1966e) “Letter to David L. 1915”. Dordrecht: Kluwer 1988. Kenny. Translated by B. “M. 1964)”. pp. 8. 4-5. Frings (August 6. p. “Letters: The Staiger-Heidegger Correspondence”. pp. “Letter to A. 1968. New York: 1965. In: Manfred S. Heidegger and the Path of Thinking. pages 293-300.

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