Joan Stambaugh

Joan Stambaugh (born 10 June 1932 ; † 7. July 2013) was an American philosopher and professor of philosophy at City University of New York. She worked with Heidegger directly when she was a student and was a friend to Freiburg i. B. Professor Ute Guzzoni as well as William J. Richardson, S.J. and Manfred Frings. She was an interpreter and translator of Martin Heidegger's writings. She was known for her work on Eastern philosophy as well as her work on the philosophy of time. She was also influential in Nietzsche studies. In addition, she was known for her translation of Being and Time into English. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Stambaugh, Joan, 1932-
Published 1992
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by Stambaugh, Joan, 1932-
Published 1999
...Stambaugh, Joan, 1932- Formless self....
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by Stambaugh, Joan, 1932-
Published 1986
...Stambaugh, Joan, 1932- Real is not the rational....
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by Stambaugh, Joan, 1932-
Published 1959
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by Stambaugh, Joan, 1932-
Published 1987
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by Stambaugh, Joan, 1932-
Published 1972
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by Stambaugh, Joan, 1932-
Published 1991
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by Stambaugh, Joan, 1932-
Published 1988
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by Stambaugh, Joan, 1932-
Published 1972
...Stambaugh, Joan, 1932- Nietzsche's thought of eternal return....
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by Heidegger, Martin, 1889-1976.
Published 1996
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by Heidegger, Martin, 1889-1976,
Published 2010
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