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The Anatomy of Disillusion: Martin Heidegger's Notion of Truth
by W. B. Macomber
Northwestern University Press, 1967
Paper: 978-0-8101-3854-4

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The Anatomy of Disillusion is an introduction to Heidegger’s phenomenology that focuses on Heidegger’s notion of truth. Unlike many of his contemporaries, W.B. Macomber presents Heidegger as a systematic thinker, whose phenomenology is inextricably bound up with his ontology and epistemology.

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