Got a hankering to respond to the points raised in the issue four piece Nurturing the Ground of Art but not sure where to start? Curious about the transformative pathway to the ‘other beginning’? Or just can’t wait to discover where exactly those quotes have come from?

Then get your library card ready to check out the list of reference texts provided by our author:

Char R. 2004, This Smoke that Carried Us, trans. S. Dubroff, White Pine Press, New York.

Heidegger, M. 1968, What is Called Thinking, trans. J. Glenn Gray, Harper & Row, New York.

—— 1982, On the Way to Language, trans. P. D. Hertz & J. Stambaugh, Harper & Row, New York.

—— 1992, Parmenides, trans. A. Schuwer & R. Rojcewicz, Indiana University Press, Bloomington.

—— 1994, Basic Questions of Philosophy (Selected ‘Problems’ of ‘Logic’), trans. A. Schuwer & R. Rojcewicz, Indiana University Press, Bloomington.

—— 1996, Being and Time, trans. J. Stambaugh, State University of New York Press, Albany.

—— 2000, Elucidations of Hölderlin’s Poetry, Humanity Books, New York.

—— 2003, The End of Philosophy, trans. J. Stambaugh, University of Chicago Press Edition, Chicago.

—— 2006, Mindfulness, trans. P. Emad & T. Kalary, Continuum, London.

—— 2008, Existence and Being, trans. D. Scott and A. Crick, Read Books.

Leunig M. 2008, The Lot – In Words, ‘Love in the Milky Way, Penguin.

Lovitt, W. & Brundage, H. 1995, Modern Technology in the Heideggerian Perspective, vols. I and II, The Edwin Mellen Press, United Kingdom.

Nietzsche, F. 1954, Thus Spake Zarathustra, trans. W. Kauffman, Viking Penguin, London.

—— 1974, The Gay Science, trans. W. Kauffman, Vintage Books, New York.

Scott, Charles E. et al (eds). 2001, Companion to Heidegger’s Contributions to Philosophy, Indiana University Press, Bloomington.