- Title Pages
- 1 Heidegger’s Parmenides
- 2 Metaphysics without Metaphysics
- 3 Turning from a Given Horizon to the Givenness of Horizons
- 4 The End of Fundamental Ontology
- 5 The Place of Division III in Heidegger’s Plan for <i>Being and Time</i>: Part One as Discovering a “Clue” and Part Two as Giving the Answer
- 6 The Beings of Being: On the Failure of Heidegger’s Ontico-Ontological Priority
- 7 The Antinomy of Being and the End of Philosophy
- 8 The Drafts of “Time and Being”: Division III of Part One of <i>Being and Time</i> and Beyond
- 9 On Being as a Whole and Being-a-Whole
- 10 What Is Missing? The Incompleteness and Failure of Heidegger’s <i>Being and Time</i>
- 11 From the Understanding of Being to the Happening of Being
- 12 The Incompletion of <i>Being and Time</i> and the Question of Subjectivity
- 13 Did Heidegger Ever Finish <i>Being and Time</i>?
- 14 The Failure of Philosophy: Why Didn’t <i>Being and Time</i> Answer the Question of Being?
- 15 Being and the Sea: Being as <i>Phusis</i>, and Time
- 16 Was There a “Turn” in Heidegger’s Philosophy?
- Division III of Heidegger's Being and Time
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