I was fascinated by his Thing thing. this is the first Heidegger's one that I read and, of course, was impressed: an unusual style of thinking, insight, suggestiveness, self-interpretation, it kind of leads you along the path of thought. and then "the question of technology." the main thing is not to expect answers from him, but to let the text captivate you. then you can read something more lengthy, conceptual, that is, the rest of the texts from the collection "time and being"
It is definitely not worth starting with "Being and Time", because if you take it as part of a general course in philosophy or for your own development, you most likely will not finish reading and you will not want to return to Heidegger.
"What is metaphysics" is really relatively small, but it is saturated with specifically philosophical terminology, therefore, without preliminary general philosophical preparation, it is not very clear, and with that, it is not particularly informative regarding the peculiarities of Heidegger's teachings.
If I were now to tackle for the first time Heidegger, then I would recommend to myself "The Time of the Picture of the World", and so the former was the first thing I read. It is rather short, giving an understanding of what to expect from his major works (at least stylistically), concrete and consistent. In addition, after reading, there are grounds for a condescending attitude towards the philistine use of the concept of a picture of the world anywhere in any meaning.
Another very good and popular work "The Question of Technology". It can be read without any prior preparation at all. Just note that it contains quite a few concepts in ancient Greek that are not always recognized when scanning, so before reading, I recommend that you look through the source for krakozyabr.
I would recommend his lecture "What is Metaphysics?" Here, in particular, the main problem of Heidegger's philosophy is posed quite clearly and clearly - the problem of the being of beings and nothing. For an introduction, that's it.
Being and time, I would not recommend for two reasons. Firstly, this is absolutely definitely not an introduction, at least not in Russian. You need to get used to the extremely peculiar style of the author, first to see his main concepts (general philosophical textbooks will not be superfluous here).
Secondly, being and time is absolutely not the most typical work of Heidegger. He himself was quite critical of him, speaking in one of his letters to Jaspers that he was too carried away from the question of being by considering the presence of a person (that is, his conscious being, always understood from the first person). In the future, the emphasis of his philosophizing changed significantly.
And thirdly, Heidegger is an excellent writer in himself, but he had to prepare "Being and Time" for publication in a very short time - about two to three weeks reason to participate in the competition for a professorship. Add to this the classic difficulties with translating his texts and you get an extremely difficult reading for a good understanding.
Approach from the side of Slavoj ižek. Read the book "Sensitive Subject", for example. You will learn a lot of interesting and important things, and then start reading Heidegger's works, having some theoretical basis. I did this.
I think that his book "Being and Time" will be a good acquaintance with the activities of this German philosopher. It will more accurately reveal Heidegger himself. This book is precisely the most important of his works. She has had a significant impact on philosophy, especially on existentialism, hermeneutics and deconstruction.
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