By George Steiner
Acquaintance with the paintings of Martin Heidegger is critical to an knowing of up to date proposal and tradition. His paintings has had a profound impact on a few disciplines, together with theology, Sartrean existentialism, linguistics, Hellenic reviews, the structuralist and hermeneutic colleges of textual interpretation, literary conception, and literature itself. With attribute lucidity and magnificence, George Steiner makes this philosopher's immensely tricky physique of labor available to the final reader. The breadth of Steiner's studying and pursuits additionally permits him to put Heidegger in a broader Continental literary-cultural context. In a brand new creation, Steiner addresses language and philosophy and the increase of Nazism.
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S artre's principal philosophic work, L'Etre et le neant ( B eing and Nothingness ) , reflects this fascination . It seeks to translate or, rather, modulate into French the opaque strength of Heideggerian Germ an. Currently , the French school of psychoan alysis , under J acques Lacan , and the French school of semiotics, led by J acques Derrida , are trying to achieve in theii own tongue Heidegger's etymologi c al immersion . The poetry of Celan is shot through with Heideggerian neologisms and word welding.
Aesthetic insights. It imites a re\·aluation of certain as pects of Aristotelian and Scholastic logic and rhetoric. _her contains nor implies any ethics. Heidegger was. himself, peremptory on this point. He wholly repudiated attempts, notably by the � l arburg theologians and by cer tain humanist-existentialists in France, to deri\ e any ethi cal principles or methodologies from his works. He defined ethics such , for example. as we find them in Kant and such as we can legitimately infer them from Hegelian his toricism.
Thus we know, roughly at least, what is meant by the proposition that J. L . Austin was "a pro fessional philosopher," while Albert Camus, many of whose writings m ay be of overt philosophic content and interest, was not. My own field is that of the study of langu age, of its relations to literature on the one h and and to the history of ideas and society on the other. Two German term s , for neither of which English has an equiv alent, Sprachphilosoph and Kulturkritiker, more or less cover the ground .
Martin Heidegger by George Steiner