Heidegger on Literature, Poetry, and Education after the �Turn�: At the Limits of Metaphysics, 1st Edition (Paperback) book cover

Heidegger on Literature, Poetry, and Education after the �Turn�

At the Limits of Metaphysics, 1st Edition

By James M. Magrini, Elias Schwieler

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Description

Offering new and original readings of literature, poetry, and education as interpreted through the conceptual lens of Heidegger’s later philosophy of the "Turn", this book helps readers understand Heidegger’s later thought and presents new takes on how to engage the themes that emerged from his later writing. Suggesting novel ways to consider Heidegger’s ideas on literature, poetry, and education, Magrini and Schwieler provide a deep understanding of the "Turn," a topic not often explored in contemporary Heideggerian scholarship. Their inter- and extra-disciplinary postmodern approaches offer a nuanced examination, taking into account Heidegger’s controversial place in history, and filling a gap in educational research.

Table of Contents

Chapter One: Introduction - The Heideggerian Analysis of Literature, Poetry, and Education: On the Turn in Thought and Language in Heidegger





Section I - From Philosophy to "Thinking": Heidegger’s Move from the Fundamental Ontology of Daseinto Art and Poetry





Chapter Two: The Truth of Being as "Historical": From Being and Time through"The Origin of the Work of Art" and Contributions to Philosophy (1927-1938)





Chapter Three: Heidegger’s Critical Confrontation with Hölderlin and Rilke: The Need for the Poet in "Destitute Times" (1934-1955)





Section II - Reading Literature, Poetry, and Education Through the Heideggerian Lens of the "Turn"





Chapter Four: Poietical Difference: Heidegger, Tranströmer, and Rimbaud





Chapter Five: At the Limit of Metaphysics: Joseph Conrad’s Lord Jim and Heidegger’s Thinking after the "Turn"





Chapter Six: Re-Thinking Gelassenheit in Heidegger’s "Turn": Releasing Ourselves to the Original Event of Learning





Conclusion: In-Between Origins and Futural Implications: Looking Back and Thinking Ahead with Heidegger

About the Authors

James M. Magrini is Adjunct Professor of Western Philosophy and Ethics at the College of Dupage, USA.





Elias Schwieler is Associate Professor of Education at the Department of Education at Stockholm University, Sweden.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
EDU000000
EDUCATION / General
EDU040000
EDUCATION / Philosophy & Social Aspects
EDU043000
EDUCATION / Comparative