Vol. 5 No. 1 (2022): Being and event
Is the historical event described in Heidegger’s philosophy something we can endeavour to bring about, or will we have to wait for it to be handed down to us? This special issue is devoted to the topics “Being and event”. It consists of reworked versions of papers presented at a conference hosted by Ereignis Center for Philosophy and the Arts in June last year, as well as original essays written for this volume.
Inscriptions 5, n1, features texts by Dror Pimentel, Jørgen Veisland, Daniel Neumann, Andrew Tyler Jorn, Avron Kulak, Anton Heinrich Rennesland, David Ritchie, James Bahoh, Nikolaus Schneider, Mehdi Parsa, and J. Edward Hackett.