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The Resource Naturalizing Heidegger : his confrontation with Nietzsche, his contributions to environmental philosophy, David E. Storey

Naturalizing Heidegger : his confrontation with Nietzsche, his contributions to environmental philosophy, David E. Storey

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Naturalizing Heidegger : his confrontation with Nietzsche, his contributions to environmental philosophy
Title
Naturalizing Heidegger
Title remainder
his confrontation with Nietzsche, his contributions to environmental philosophy
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David E. Storey
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eng
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1982-
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Storey, David E.
Dewey number
193
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index present
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English
LC call number
B3279.H49
LC item number
S755 2015eb
Literary form
non fiction
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  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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SUNY series in environmental philosophy and ethics
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  • Heidegger, Martin
  • Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm
  • Environmental ethics
  • Philosophy of nature
  • Environmental sciences
  • Heidegger, Martin
  • Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm
  • PHILOSOPHY
  • Environmental ethics
  • Environmental sciences
  • Philosophy of nature
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Naturalizing Heidegger : his confrontation with Nietzsche, his contributions to environmental philosophy, David E. Storey
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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multicolored
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text
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  • txt
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rdacontent
Contents
  • Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- Chapter 1: The Traditional Reading of Heideggerâ€?s Relevance for Environmental Philosophy and Ethics -- I. Heidegger and Environmental Philosophy: A Checkered History -- 1. Early Critics of Heideggerâ€?s Account of Nature -- 2. Heidegger and Deep Ecology -- 3. Continental Approaches to Heidegger and Environmental Philosophy -- II. Heidegger and Environmental Philosophy: A Round Square? -- 1. Anthropocentrism -- 2. Axiology -- 3. Scientific Naturalism -- III. Eco-Phenomenology: A Naturalized Heidegger?
  • Conclusion: Naturalizing HeideggerChapter 2: The Question concerning Biology: Life, Soul, and Nature in Heideggerâ€?s Early Aristotle Lecture Courses -- Pre-Being and Time: Aristotle on Life, Soul, and Nature -- Conclusion -- Chapter 3: Life and Nature in Being and Time -- I. Being and Time in Brief -- II. Nihilism in Being and Time -- III. Heideggerâ€?s Understanding of World -- IV. The Concept of Life -- V. The Three Senses of Nature -- VI. Problems in Heideggerâ€?s Account of Nature in Being and Time -- Conclusion
  • Chapter 4: Back to Life: Organism, Animal, and Umwelt in Fundamental Concepts of MetaphysicsI. Nihilism in Heideggerâ€?s Late 1920s Writings -- II. Life and Animality in Fundamental Concepts of Metaphysics -- III. Critical Considerations -- 1. Evolution -- 2. Hierarchy -- 3. The Human/Animal Divide -- Conclusion: The Kantian Roots of Heideggerâ€?s Later Philosophy of Nature: The Earth as the Sublime -- Chapter 5: Nature in the Later Heidegger: Earth, Physis, Technology, Machination, and Poetic Dwelling -- I. Earth -- II. Physis -- 1. Introduction to Metaphysics
  • 2. “On the Essence and Concept of Physis in Aristotleâ€?s Physics Bâ€?III. Technological Nihilism -- 1. Contributions to Philosophy (from Enowning) and Mindfulness -- 2. “The Question Concerning Technologyâ€? -- IV. Poetic Dwelling -- Conclusion -- Chapter 6: Nature and Nihilism: Heideggerâ€?s Confrontation with Nietzsche -- I. Nihilism in the Later Heidegger -- 1. The History of Being: Metaphysics as Nihilism -- 2. Introduction to Metaphysics -- II. Heideggerâ€?s Nietzsche Interpretation -- III. Additional Problems with Heideggerâ€?s Interpretation
  • ConclusionChapter 7: Naturalizing Nietzsche: Life, Evolution, and Value -- I. Nietzscheâ€?s Naturalism -- II. Nietzscheâ€?s Philosophy of Biology -- 1. Darwin -- 2. Teleology: From the Mechanistic View to the “Dynamic Interpretation of the Worldâ€? -- 3. Drives -- 4. Values -- 5. Selection -- Conclusion -- Chapter 8: Engaging Environmental Ethics -- I. Debating Nietzscheâ€?s Relevance for Environmental Ethics -- II. Hierarchical Biocentrism -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index
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9781438454849
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Label
Naturalizing Heidegger : his confrontation with Nietzsche, his contributions to environmental philosophy, David E. Storey
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- Chapter 1: The Traditional Reading of Heideggerâ€?s Relevance for Environmental Philosophy and Ethics -- I. Heidegger and Environmental Philosophy: A Checkered History -- 1. Early Critics of Heideggerâ€?s Account of Nature -- 2. Heidegger and Deep Ecology -- 3. Continental Approaches to Heidegger and Environmental Philosophy -- II. Heidegger and Environmental Philosophy: A Round Square? -- 1. Anthropocentrism -- 2. Axiology -- 3. Scientific Naturalism -- III. Eco-Phenomenology: A Naturalized Heidegger?
  • Conclusion: Naturalizing HeideggerChapter 2: The Question concerning Biology: Life, Soul, and Nature in Heideggerâ€?s Early Aristotle Lecture Courses -- Pre-Being and Time: Aristotle on Life, Soul, and Nature -- Conclusion -- Chapter 3: Life and Nature in Being and Time -- I. Being and Time in Brief -- II. Nihilism in Being and Time -- III. Heideggerâ€?s Understanding of World -- IV. The Concept of Life -- V. The Three Senses of Nature -- VI. Problems in Heideggerâ€?s Account of Nature in Being and Time -- Conclusion
  • Chapter 4: Back to Life: Organism, Animal, and Umwelt in Fundamental Concepts of MetaphysicsI. Nihilism in Heideggerâ€?s Late 1920s Writings -- II. Life and Animality in Fundamental Concepts of Metaphysics -- III. Critical Considerations -- 1. Evolution -- 2. Hierarchy -- 3. The Human/Animal Divide -- Conclusion: The Kantian Roots of Heideggerâ€?s Later Philosophy of Nature: The Earth as the Sublime -- Chapter 5: Nature in the Later Heidegger: Earth, Physis, Technology, Machination, and Poetic Dwelling -- I. Earth -- II. Physis -- 1. Introduction to Metaphysics
  • 2. “On the Essence and Concept of Physis in Aristotleâ€?s Physics Bâ€?III. Technological Nihilism -- 1. Contributions to Philosophy (from Enowning) and Mindfulness -- 2. “The Question Concerning Technologyâ€? -- IV. Poetic Dwelling -- Conclusion -- Chapter 6: Nature and Nihilism: Heideggerâ€?s Confrontation with Nietzsche -- I. Nihilism in the Later Heidegger -- 1. The History of Being: Metaphysics as Nihilism -- 2. Introduction to Metaphysics -- II. Heideggerâ€?s Nietzsche Interpretation -- III. Additional Problems with Heideggerâ€?s Interpretation
  • ConclusionChapter 7: Naturalizing Nietzsche: Life, Evolution, and Value -- I. Nietzscheâ€?s Naturalism -- II. Nietzscheâ€?s Philosophy of Biology -- 1. Darwin -- 2. Teleology: From the Mechanistic View to the “Dynamic Interpretation of the Worldâ€? -- 3. Drives -- 4. Values -- 5. Selection -- Conclusion -- Chapter 8: Engaging Environmental Ethics -- I. Debating Nietzscheâ€?s Relevance for Environmental Ethics -- II. Hierarchical Biocentrism -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index
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903245900
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1 online resource
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unknown
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online
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9781438454849
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rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
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not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
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unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)903245900

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