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The question that drives the Daseinanalytic of Sein und Zeit—the question of the being of time—first surfaces in Heidegger’s 1915 Scotus research. Davidson, Herbert A., “Ibn al-Qiftî’s Statement Regarding Maimonides’ Early Study of Science,” Aleph, 14.1 (2014): 245-58. He works mainly in moral, legal, and political philosophy, with a current focus on the ethics of war and peace, and the design of just institutions.. The entire contents of Medieval Philosophy and Theology are available here on an open-access basis.

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