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Posted May 6, 2006
This may not be your first book in philosohpy, but could be good for a second book. Easy to read. And will give the reader some ideas here and there even if you are an old hand at it. Heidegger's whole project can be seeing as combating against cartesian phenomenology. Heidegger's phenomenology is a very earthy one. (thats why he is often called the redneck philosopher.) As usual with Heidegger's stuff, it starts a bit slow. The last two chapter were great. And the gloomy forecast of human future as a techno slave is where it should end. (I was a bit depressed here, the end of western ratoinalistic philosophy.)But make your own opinon about that. Jacobjob6Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.