List of Abbreviations Preface Introduction * At Home in Metaphysics' Uncanny Homelessness The Uncanny and Da-sein: Not Being at Home The Question concerning Homelessness and Being The History of Being: Metaphysics and the Essence of Human Being * Poetic Wandering in the Foreign Poetizing the Holy's Opening for Dwelling Poetic Passage: Return to Origin * Turning toward the Overcoming of Homelessness Language and Thinking: Entering the Overcoming of Metaphysics The Mutual Turning of Being and Human Being * Originary Homecoming: The Moment of Arrival A) Arriving at the Early Greek Beginning: a Not-yet-metaphysical-Abode B) Leaping from Metaphysical Representation to Originary Thinking C) Moment of Arrival into His Own: the No-longer-metaphysical * Learning to Become at Home in Saying Poetic Remaining in Apartness and Beginning to Learn to Abide Saying Gives a Place: The Taking Place of Dif-ference Learning to Experience Dialect and Poetized World A Parting of Ways * Staying Near the Source Focus on Things, Places-Regions, and Dwelling The Homey Works Afterword Notes Bibliography Index
Robert Mugerauer is a professor and dean emeritus in the College of Architecture and Urban Design at the University of Washington.
"Maugerauer's book is an exhaustive study, a top-notch resource, and an obvious labor of love by someone who has spent years travelling through Heidegger's oeuvre... I expect that this book will break new ground in Heideggerian research."--Adam Wayne Hearlson, Koinonia: Princeton Theological Seminary's graduate journal