What Is Metaphysics?
What Is Metaphysics? (German: Was ist Metaphysik?) is a lecture by the philosopher Martin Heidegger, first presented to the faculties of the University of Freiburg on July 24, 1929 as inaugural address.
- R.F.C. Hull and Alan Crick in 1949, in Existence and Being, edited by Werner Brock (Chicago: Henry Regnery), pp. 325-349
- David Krell, in Basic Writings (1977) New York: Harper and Row (expanded edition, 1993), pp. 93-110
- Miles Groth 
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