, Volume 43, Issue 4, pp 575-578
Date: 01 Oct 2010

Steven Crowell and Jeff Malpas (eds): Transcendental Heidegger

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Are Heidegger’s philosophical writings, both early and late, engaged in some form of transcendental inquiry? If so, how might his distinctive philosophical method and conclusions offer a new point of view on current debates over the nature and success of transcendental arguments more generally? If Heidegger is not making transcendental arguments, is that because he has found decisive reasons for rejecting the very project of transcendental philosophy? These questions drive and unite the thirteen chapters of Transcendental Heidegger, which were first presented at a 2003 Rice University conference on Heidegger and transcendental philosophy, and are now published along with a 12-page bibliography and a topical introduction by Steven Crowell and Jeff Malpas. The bibliography, which is a valuable reference on its own, shows how much has already been written about the ways in which Heidegger inherits and transforms the philosophical projects of his predecessors Kant and Husserl. But the essa ...