by Richard Capobianco
Foreword by William J. Richardson
University of Toronto Press, April 2010/Paperback 2011
The centrality of the name of Being in Heidegger’s thinking; Being itself distinguished from beings in their beingness; Ereignis in relation to Being itself; an elucidation of die Lichtung and other key notions, especially in relation to Being itself; Heidegger’s "turn"; approaching the East; Heidegger and "building"; Heidegger and Lacan on Antigone; the rich and resonant existential implications of Heidegger’s "meditative thinking."
- Richard Velkley, Research in Phenomenology, 41 (2011) 423-449
- Graeme Nicholson, Review of Metaphysics, 65, 1 (2011) 147-148
- William Koch, Human Studies, 34,2 (2011) 231-236
- Bret W. Davis, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, 10 September 2010
- Andrew Ryder, Studies in Social and Political Thought, 18 (2010) 142-145
- Lawrence Hatab, Gatherings: The Heidegger Circle Annual, 1 (2011) 86-93
- Reginald Lilly, Journal of the History of Philosophy, 51:2 (April 2013), 323-24
- Douglas Peduti, Teaching Philosophy, 36:2 (June 2013), 196-99
- See the book description, all reviews, and an interview with the author at www.beyng.com.
- Find the interview here.
De vida o muerte/ Life and Death Matters
by Antonio Barbagallo
Translated and with an Introduction by Richard Capobianco
Madrid, Spain: Verbum Editorial, 2004.
Heidegger Related Text Translations
- Martin Heidegger, "Zur Frage nach der Bestimmung der Sache des Denkens"/ "On the Question Concerning the Determination of the Matter for Thinking"; trans. Richard Capobianco and Marie Göbel, Epoché: A Journal for the History of Philosophy, 14:2 (Spring 2010), 213-223.
- Koichi Tsujimura, "Martin Heidegger's Thinking and Japanese Philosophy," and Martin Heidegger, "From Martin Heidegger's Reply in Appreciation"; trans. Richard Capobianco and Marie Göbel, Epoché: A Journal for the History of Philosophy, 12:2 (Spring 2008), 349-357.
Most Recent Articles
- "Reaffirming the Truth of Being," forthcoming
- "Heidegger on Hölderlin on 'Nature's Gleaming'," Existentia(XXII) 2012, 15-23.
- "Heidegger and the 'Greek Experience' of Nature-Physis-Being," Existentia (XXII) 2012, 177-186
- "Lacan and Heidegger: The Ethics of Desire and the Ethics of Authenticity," in From Phenomenology to Thought, Errancy and Desire, ed. B. Babich (Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1995), 391-396.
- "Heidegger, Caputo and the Ethical Question Re-visited,"The Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology, 25:2 (May 1994), 131-139.
- "Heidegger and Jung: Dwelling Near the Source," Review of Existential Psychology and Psychiatry, 21:1/2/3 (1993), 50-59. [Also published on the website cgjungpage.org]
- "Re-thinking the 'Germinative Point' [of Jung's Work]," The San Francisco Jung Institute Library Journal, 11:4 (1993), 45-53. [Also published on the website cgjungpage.org]
- "Heidegger and the Critique of the Understanding of Evil as Privatio Boni," Philosophy and Theology, 5:3 (Spring 1991), 175-186. [In a slightly modified form, also published on the website cgjungpage.org]
- "Heidegger and the Gods: On the Appropriation of a Religious Tradition," in Hermeneutics and the Tradition.Proceedings of the American Catholic Philosophical Association, ed. Daniel Dahlstrom, 27 (1988), 183-188.
- "In the Beginning: Jung and Freud on Introversion,"Psychological Perspectives, 20:2 (Fall/Winter 1988), 244-255.
Selected Newspaper Articles and Op-Ed Essays
- "Missed Chances Define Easton's Library Project," Easton Journal, January 22, 1999; one of a number of articles over several years.
- "On the Road to College in Alice's Steps," Springfield Union-News, September 13, 1998.
- "New Stonehill College Library Welcomes Easton Residents [an architectural review]," Easton Journal, August 21, 1998.
- "No Cure for the Human Condition," Providence Journal, November 24, 1997.
- "Reason to Celebrate New Richardson and Olmsted Schools [an architectural review]," Easton Journal, September 12, 1997.
- "On the Yellow Brick Road to College," Boston Globe,August 31, 1997.
- "An Exclusive Multiculturalism," Providence Journal, August 23, 1997.
- "Ourselves, Our Machines," Providence Journal, June 4, 1997.
- "Creating Yourself: Reflections on Emerson," Freshman Orientation Address 1995-96, Stonehill College Alumni Magazine.
Selected Book Reviews
- Heidegger's Temporal Idealism by William Blattner (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1999) in The Review of Metaphysics, 53:4, June 2000, 918-19.
- Heidegger and the Ground of Ethics by Frederick Olafson(Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1998) in The Review of Metaphysics, 53:1, September 1999, 186-87.
- New World Architecture by Christian Norberg-Schulz (Princeton: Princeton Architectural Press, 1988) in Environmental and Architectural Phenomenology, 3:1, Winter 1992, 6.
- Dwelling, Place and Environment: Towards a Phenomenology of Person and World, ed. Robert Mugerauer and David Seamon (New York: Columbia University Press, 1989) in International Philosophical Quarterly, 31:1, March 1991, 110-112.
- Heidegger's Language and Thinking by Robert Mugerauer (Atlantic Highlands, NJ: Humanities Press International, 1988) in International Philosophical Quarterly, 30:2, June 1990, 262-264.
- Did the Greeks Believe in Their Myths? An Essay on the Constitutive Imagination by Paul Veyne, trans. Paula Wissing (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1988) in International Philosophical Quarterly, 29:3, September 1989, 360-362.
- A Godless Jew: Freud, Atheism and the Making of Psychoanalysis by Peter Gay (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1987) in International Philosophical Quarterly, 29:1, March 1989, 110-11.