Introduction. 1. Heidegger's Apology: Biography as Philosophy and Ideology. 2. On the Way to 'Being and Time': Introduction to the Translation of Heidegger's 'Prolegomena zur Geschichte des Zeitbegriffs'. 3. The New Translation of 'Sein und Zeit': A Grammatological Lexicographer's Commentary, 4. Heidegger (1907-1927): The Transformation of the Categorial. 5. Why Students of Heidegger will have to read Emil Lask. 6. Heidegger's Early Lecture Courses. 7. 'Existenz' in Incubation Underway Toward 'Being and Time'. 8. From Intuition to Understanding: On Heidegger's Transposition of Husserl's Phenomenology. 9. The Mathematical and the Hermeneutical: On Heidegger's Notion of the Apriori.
Theodore Kisiel is Professor of Philosophy, Northern Illinois University.
"No one is better than Kisiel in discussing Heidegger. His writings are amongst the very best contemporary work on Heidegger in any language." - Tom Rockmore, Duquesne University