Come along with us on the Thinking Path

“Do we in our time have an answer to the question of what we really mean by the word ‘being’? Not at all. Hence we must raise anew the question of the meaning of being.” Thus begins Heidegger’s Being and Time — the book which tries to rekindle the fire of philosophy for our desolate age. We shall attempt the same. For the gigantic battle for the meaning of being is raging once more. 

Read the most important philosophy book of the 20th century and learn its fundamental ideas taught by Dr. Johannes A. Niederhauser, a native German-speaking philosopher. By considering the most important terms in the original German new and unforeseen meanings will disclose themselves to us.

Group Seminars commence Sunday, 22 January 2023.

Thank you very much for your trust. I look forward to meeting you at the course.



“Higher than actuality stands possibility.” - Martin Heidegger

Are you open to disclose your innermost possibilities and lean into them? 

Seminar Dates 2023

If you enrol in the second or third tier you get access to live group seminars over Zoom. The seminars are led by Dr. Johannes A.Niederhauser. Seminars are on Sundays, from 6-8pm UK time (GMT +1). The first Seminar will be on 22 January 2023.There are 10 seminars in total. We meet for 10 consecutive Sundays. The final seminar will be 26 March 2023.

We meet for 10 consecutive weeks, always on Sundays. At the final seminar you can present your own work inspired by the course. At the fifth seminar we will discuss a movie that encapsulates some of the themes of Being and Time

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In this Course you will learn

The reason why Heidegger had to write Being and Time

The book’s relationship with the philosophical tradition

What Heidegger means by destruction, phenomenology, and the ontological difference

Who Dasein is, who das Man (the they) is, and how Dasein is “being-in-the-world”

Heidegger’s critique of modern ontology and the sciences

What ecstatic temporality and historicity are Dasein’s “being-towards-death”

Heidegger’s notion of truth as aletheia