Definition of Heidegger, Martin in English:

Heidegger, Martin

Syllabification: Hei·deg·ger, Martin
Pronunciation: /ˈhīdəgər
 
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  • (1889–1976), German philosopher. In Being and Time (1927), he examined the ontology of "Being," in particular, human existence as involvement with a world of objects (Dasein).

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