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lunedì 29 marzo 2021

The Metaphysics of German Idealism: A New Interpretation of Schelling's Philosophical Investigations into the Essence of Human Freedom and Matters 1st Edition by Martin Heidegger (Author), Ian Alexander Moore (Translator), Rodrigo Therezo (Translator)



This volume comprises the lecture course that Heidegger gave in 1941 on the metaphysics of German Idealism. The first part of the lecture course contains a preliminary consideration of the distinction between ground and existence. The elucidation of the conceptual history includes a striking confrontation with Kierkegaard’s and Jaspers’s concepts of existence, as well as an elucidation of the concept of existence in Being and Time, which Heidegger distinguishes from the former concepts. Heidegger’s self-interpretation is not an end in itself, however, but rather a way of pointing to Schelling’s distinction between ground and existence, whose root and inner necessity and whose various versions Heidegger discusses subsequently.

The second part of the lecture course is focused on Schelling’s ‘Freedom Essay’, which Heidegger regards as the pinnacle of the metaphysics of German Idealism.  Heidegger’s consideration of Schelling’s distinction between ground and existence finds its guiding thread in the introduction of the realms of Being – eternal or finite, each Being is a joining of the ground of existence and existence itself.  In a subsequent overview, Heidegger discusses the relation of the distinction between ground and existence to the essence of human freedom and to the essence of the human. On the basis of this discussion, it becomes possible to grasp the connection between freedom and evil in Schelling’s system.

This important work by Heidegger, published here in English for the first time, will be of great interest to students and scholars of philosophy and to anyone interested in Heidegger’s work.


mercoledì 24 marzo 2021

AL CLARK: (Book One) by Jonathan G. Meyer



There are planets not meant to be colonized by humans.

For three decades they will sleep, while their great colonial starship transports them to what is believed to be the perfect world. Their ship is state-of-the-art and totally automatic, allowing the passengers to remain in suspended animation for most of the journey.

When they wake, they expect to find a virgin planet, unspoiled by the hands of man - a world where they can pursue happiness in a safe and free environment.

The naive colonists from Earth are both right and incredibly wrong.

Readers Favorites AL CLARK (Book One) Literary Review ★★★★★ by Paul F. Johnson Al Clark by Jonathan G. Meyer grabs the readers attention from the first page. One of my favorite genres is science fiction, above all, space opera. I found Al Clark to be space opera and more. I call it space adventure. The author has created a strong, believable set of characters, particularly the First Six. The story plot is strong and steady with several well designed twists, leaving a true space opera and space adventure fan expectantly waiting to turn the next page. I strongly recommend this book for those that enjoy good sci-fi. Good story. What the readers are saying: ★★★★★ Scifi as it was meant to be - Jennifer Seidler ★★★★★ I have a new (to me) author to add to my favorites - Lesley Wood ★★★★★ Scifi at its best, intrigue, robots, action, mystery, and very witty. Loved it! - Montzalee Wittman ★★★★★ Good old fashioned sci-fi - CenVillager ★★★★ Reminds me a little of the Sci-Fi of days gone by - jcat-top 500 reviewer ★★★★★ Classic Space Opera at its best - K.G. Evans Jr. ★★★★★ Finally, A Great World Exploration Sci-Fi Book - GeneK6 Available in Digital, Paperback, and AudioBook


martedì 23 marzo 2021

Essential Bukowski: Poetry by Charles Bukowski



Edited by Abel Debritto, the definitive collection of poems from an influential writer whose transgressive legacy and raw, funny, and acutely observant writing has left an enduring mark on modern culture.

Few writers have so brilliantly and poignantly conjured the desperation and absurdity of ordinary life as Charles Bukowski. Resonant with his powerful, perceptive voice, his visceral, hilarious, and transcendent poetry speaks to us as forcefully today as when it was written. Encompassing a wide range of subjects—from love to death and sex to writing—Bukowski’s unvarnished and self-deprecating verse illuminates the deepest and most enduring concerns of the human condition while remaining sharply aware of the day to day.

With his acute eye for the ridiculous and the troubled, Bukowski speaks to the deepest longings and strangest predilections of the human experience. Gloomy yet hopeful, this is tough, unrelenting poetry touched by grace.

This is Essential Bukowski.


"Pelle e ossa" di Aleksandr Malinin a cura di Paolo Galvagni ( I Quaderni del Bardo Edizioni)

Nel libro di Aleksandr Malinin il sentimento si emancipa dall’individuo per diventare ritmo. Il titolo, oltre a condensare una descrizione...