The Principle of Reason
"For admirers of Heidegger, the book is essential; for the curious, it provides a good look at how Heidegger philosophizes." -- Library Journal "This excellent translation will enable readers to appreciate the undeniable importance of Heidegger's later examination of the principle of sufficient reason." -- International Studies in Philosophy ..". excellent translation... " -- The Philosopher "Starting from Leibniz's principle of sufficient reason..., Heidegger reflects on the relation of modern and ancient philosophy and of poetry and thinking.... an accurate and readable English translation." -- Choice In this text of a lecture course that he gave in 1955-56, Martin Heidegger presents his most extensive reflection on the notion of history and its essence, the Geschick of being, which is considered one of the most important developments in Heidegger's later thought.
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Lilly has ably translated a lecture course by Heidegger on Leibniz's principle of sufficient reason, which states that everything in the world has a rational explanation. Heidegger concentrates on ... Read full review