In this work F.W. von Herrmann, Professor Emeritus of Freiburg Universitat im Breisgau, demonstrates the direct influence of Augustine of Hippo on the thought of Husserl and Heidegger. The importance of the translation lies in its presentation of Augustine as a phenomenological thinker on the question of time to an audience unaware of his influence on the contemporary age.
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Dr. Frederick Van Fleteren is Professor of Philosophy at LaSalle University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He received his Ph.D. in Ancient Philosophy with a specialty in Augustine from the National University of Ireland, University College Dublin. Jeremiah Hackett is Professor and Chair, Department of Philosophy, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC. He teaches course on Philosophy and Science in the Middle Ages and Renaissance and on Philosophy of Mind.Review:
"This book proves the over-arching importance of Augustine's search for the nature of time from a contemporary phenomenological perspective. Professor von Herrman delves into the fine points which the varying interpretations of Augustine made by Husserl and Heidegger themselves demand." - Norbert Fischer Professor of Fundamental Philosophy University of Eichstatt, Germany "Friedrich-Wilhelm von Herrmann, editor of Heidegger's works and a renowned student of his thought, has presented the scholarly world with a careful reading of Augustine's thought on time along with Husserl's and Heidegger's appropriation of it, which provided them with a central focus on their reflections. - Roland Teske Donald J. Schuenke Professor of Philosophy Marquette University "The translators' introduction and epilogue enhance the value of the book and locate it within current scholarly debates." - Robert Sokolowski Professor of Philosophy The Catholic University of America"
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Descripción The Edwin Mellen Press. 2008. 9780773451315, 2008. HB. No DW. Boards & spine slightly worn & faded. A number of small pen marks to page margins. English text. Good. Nº de ref. de la librería 18493