What Is Philosophy? (Heidegger book)

What Is Philosophy?
Cover of the first edition
AuthorMartin Heidegger
Original titleWas ist das - die Philosophie
SubjectsThought, Ontology
Publisher1956: Günther Neske
Publication date
Published in English
1958; New Haven, College and University Press (Twayne Publishers)

What Is Philosophy? (German: Was ist das - die Philosophie) is a book by the philosopher Martin Heidegger. It is the published version of a lecture course he gave at Cerisy-la-Salle in 1955.[1] It was translated into English by William Kluback and Jean T. Wilde.[2]

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Categories: 1955 speeches | 1956 non-fiction books | Books about metaphilosophy | Books by Martin Heidegger | Books of lectures | German non-fiction books | Metaphysics literature | Philosophy lectures | Philosophy book stubs

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