Two: Dwelling: Between <i>Poiēsis</i> and <i>Technē</i>

Gabriel Riera

in Intrigues

Published by Fordham University Press

Published in print February 2006 | ISBN: 9780823226719
Published online March 2011 | e-ISBN: 9780823235315 | DOI:
Two: Dwelling: Between Poiēsis and               Technē

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This chapter discusses the contribution of German philosopher Martin Heidegger to literary theory. In his book Being and Time, Heidegger has provided important insights into the metaphysics of being and the contents of the book are ideal materials for addressing the problematic articulation or dialogue between poetic saying and thinking. This chapter examines other relevant works of Heidegger, including his courses on Friedrich Holderlin and Friedrich Nietzsche, and “The Origin of the Work of Art”.

Keywords: Martin Heidegger; literary theory; Being and Time; metaphysics; poetic saying; poetic thinking; The Origin of the Work of Art; Friedrich Holderlin; Friedrich Nietzsche

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Subjects: Philosophy of Language

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