Martin Heidegger: embeddedness in tradition. Xenija Zborovska’s interview with Andrii Dakhniy
The work of Martin Heidegger, both in the twentieth and early twentieth centuries, remains the most debated in philosophical discourse, and looking at it through the lens of existential tradition opens up new frontiers for its understanding. This conversation, inspired by the interest in the anthropological issues of the two interlocutors, took place the day after the defense of the doctoral thesis of the historian of philosophy Andrew Dakhni in May 2019, which in itself became a momentous event for national philosophical thought.
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