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Contents Acknowledgments A Note on the Notes Abbreviations Used for Works by Heidegger Introduction: "Heidegger on Ontotheology" Chapter One Ontotheology? Understanding Heidegger's Deconstruction of Metaphysics §1. Introduction: Ontotheology? §2. Metaphysics as Ontotheology §3. Deconstructing Metaphysical Foundationalism §4. "One of the Deepest Problems" §5. Conclusions: Back to the Beginning Chapter Two Understanding Ontotheology as the Basis for Heidegger's Critique of Technology §6. Introduction: From Ontotheology to Technology §7. What's Wrong with Technological Essentialism? §8. Recognizing Nietzsche's Ontotheology as the Essence of Technology §9. Addressing Feenberg's Objections to Heidegger's Critique of Technology A. Ahistoricism? B. Substantivism (or Fatalism)? C. One-dimensionalism? §10. Conclusions: Vindicating Heidegger's Critique Chapter Three Heidegger and the Politics of the University §11. Introduction A. Heidegger and National Socialism B. The Confucian Question §12. Heidegger's Earliest Views on University Education (1911) §13. To Educate the Nation (1918 to 1924) §14. Restoring Philosophy to Her Throne as the Queen of the Sciences (1927 to 1934) §15. Lessons Learned (after 1934) §16. Conclusions: Pöggeler and Derrida on the Confucian Question Chapter Four Heidegger's Mature Vision of Ontological Education, or: How We Become What We Are §17. Introduction: Deconstructing Education §18. Heidegger's Ontohistorical Critique of the Technologization of Education A. From the Essence of Truth to the History of Being B. The History of Being as the Ground of Education C. Education as Enframing §19. Heidegger's Return to Plato's Cave: Ontological Education as the Essence of Paideia A. Ontological Education Against Enframing B. The Pedagogy of Ontological Freedom C. What Is Called Teaching? §20. Conclusions: Envisioning a Community of Learners Footnotes References
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Heidegger, Martin, 1889-1976.
Metaphysics -- History -- 20th century.
Technology -- Philosophy -- History -- 20th century.
Education -- Philosophy -- History -- 20th century.