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Book description

Heidegger, Art, and Postmodernity offers a radical new interpretation of Heidegger's later philosophy, developing his argument that art can help lead humanity beyond the nihilistic ontotheology of the modern age. Providing pathbreaking readings of Heidegger's 'The Origin of the Work of Art' and his notoriously difficult Contributions to Philosophy (From Enowning), this book explains precisely what postmodernity meant for Heidegger, the greatest philosophical critic of modernity, and what it could still mean for us today. Exploring these issues, Iain D. Thomson examines several postmodern works of art, including music, literature, painting and even comic books, from a post-Heideggerian perspective. Clearly written and accessible, this book will help readers gain a deeper understanding of Heidegger and his relation to postmodern theory, popular culture and art.

Reviews

‘Heidegger, Art, and Postmodernity is a fascinating, engaging, and deeply insightful book that will have a revolutionary impact on the understanding of Heidegger’s later thought, as well as make important contributions to our understanding of postmodernism, not just in philosophy, but in culture studies more broadly. Thomson’s central thesis is that Heidegger’s later thought is animated by the development of a distinctively postmodern sensibility. The sense in which his thought is postmodern, however, does not conform to the standard conceptions of postmodernism regnant in current literature. Rather, Heidegger’s postmodernism lies in his sense that the late modern technologized epoch in which we live hides within itself the possibility of ‘another god’, a paradigm shift that takes us beyond the modern into a future we cannot yet envision.’

William Blattner - Georgetown University

‘Iain Thomson has a real knack for getting Heidegger to speak to contemporary concerns. Against the background of Thomson’s pathbreaking interpretation of Heidegger’s idea of ‘ontotheology’, the essays in this volume illuminate a sense of ‘postmodernity’ that responds to the nihilism of modernity’s technological paradigm without falling into nostalgia for a single meaning of being. The resulting pluralism is adroitly explored through examples from high art and popular culture in ways that make Heidegger’s difficult late works come alive.’

Steven Crowell - Rice University

‘I learned a lot from Iain Thomson’s book. He has a masterful grasp of the diverse art forms he discusses and he writes about even the most obscure thinkers with verve and clarity. One can trust his critical evaluations, especially his appreciation of the ontological pluralism that stands at the center of Heidegger’s hope for a postmodern understanding of being.’

Hubert L. Dreyfus - University of California, Berkeley

'… excellent … Thomson's explanations of Heidegger's difficult later works are unfailingly clear, carefully laying out the arguments and explaining all technical terms. Furthermore, the book's organization guides the reader so smoothly through the steps of his discussion that it should make knee-jerk objections about Heideggerian obscurantism much harder to make … After reading his book, I now see some of Heidegger's ideas and writings in a new light … By inspiring and drawing out new ideas, Iain Thomson's book takes its rightful place along with Julian Young's excellent Heidegger's Philosophy of Art as an important piece of scholarship on this topic. In keeping with its own precepts, it does not definitively settle Heidegger's views on this topic once and for all but, like a work of art, opens up new questions and pathways for thought.'

Lee Braver Source: Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews

'Iain Thomson’s Heidegger, Art, and Postmodernity is an exceptional piece of Heidegger scholarship, providing detailed, informative analysis while remaining highly readable … [It] is filled with compelling insights not only about Heidegger, but also about the nature of art, modernity, and humanity’s hopes for the future. Thomson has remarked that when one speaks of ontotheology or postmodernity philosophers tend to look for the door. This excellent book will surely change that.'

Irene McMullin Source: Journal of the History of Philosophy

'… [Thomson] is a teacher, deeply concerned to impart, passionate about the subject, infectiously fascinating … This book is a circumspect, analytical, often profoundly critical, examination of the key role that art plays in Heidegger’s philosophy. [It] convincingly demonstrates, in the most critically efficient terms, that it is not possible for the theoretical discourse of contemporary aesthetics to assimilate Heidegger without disturbing that discourse to its core. Thomson’s alternative Heideggerian proposal is that art (more accurately, the ‘ontological epiphany’ that art elicits) provides one particularly powerful vehicle of awakening for this alternative mode of thinking; for art has the capacity to stimulate the kind of meditative thinking capable of transcending the dominant metaphysical infrastructure of late-modern cognition.'

Kieran Cashell Source: Journal of Critical Realism

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