Martin Heidegger : The Happening of Truth in Language and Art
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The author explores Heidegger's thinking on art based on his definition of truth. In Heidegger's philosophy, artistic creation is a mode of authentic human existence, an original revealing of truth and Being. According to the author, Heidegger's aesthetic theory shares the same spirit as the contemporary art of the period, represented by Zobel, Tanguy, De Chirico, Braque, Klee, and Miro.