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Review of David A. White, "Logic and Ontology in Heidegger"

AuthorsPeña, Lorenzo
KeywordsWhite, David A.
Formal logic
Heidegger, Martin
Systems of logic
Lógica formal
Sistemas de lógica
Issue Date15-May-1992
AbstractThe author of the book under review, D.A. White, seems to take for granted that logic is formal and does not concern itself with content. That is one of his major grounds for challenging Heidegger's attempts to base logic upon an elucidation of Being. Another assumption of D. A. White's approach is that there is only one logic, which is logic. Thus no forays are made by the author into an assessment of Heidegger's explorations from the standpoint of the existence of several, mutually discrepant, systems of logic. And yet that approach might well turn out to be most fruitful.
Description4 pages.-- Review of: David A. White, "Logic and Ontology in Heidegger". Columbus (Ohio): Ohio State U.P., 1985. 245 pp. Hardbound.
Publisher version (URL)http://www.ifs.csic.es/sorites/lp/articles/sigloXX/dawhite.htm
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