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The second expanded edition of 'Archeology and aletheiology. programs of study heideggerianos' is published.

Its author, Alejandro G. Vigo, is researcher main project 'Natural law and rationality internship' of the ICS and professor of department of Philosophy

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The second enlarged edition of the book Archeology and aletheiology. programs of study heideggerianos (publishing house Logos Verlag). Its author, Alejandro G. Vigo, is researcher principal of the project 'Natural Law and Rationality internship' of the Institute for Culture and Society (ICS) and professor at the department of Philosophy of the University of Navarra.

The volume brings together 14 programs of study published between 1994 and 2014 in specialized journals in Europe and Latin America. They address different aspects of Heideggerian thought as it develops from 1919 to the early 1930s.

They are grouped around three fundamental thematic axes: the one linked to the methodical character of the conception elaborated by Heidegger, the one linked to its basic orientation from the notion of truth, in the transcendental sense that alludes to the opening of the entity to understanding, and the one linked to the theory of meaning and judgment, within the polemical context provided by the main conceptions elaborated in the Philosophy of German logic in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

Alejandro Vigo is graduate at Philosophy and PhD at Philosophy with accredited specialization in Philology Greek and Romanistics. He combines his work at the ICS with teaching and research at School of Philosophy and Letters of the University of Navarra. Since 2006 he is a full member of the Institut International de Philosophie (France). In 2010 he received the award 'Friedrich Wilhelm Bessel', awarded by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, in recognition of his career in the research.

He has practiced at several universities in Argentina and Chile, including Universidad de Buenos Aires (Argentina) and Universidad de los Andes (Chile). He has also made stays at research at Universität Heidelberg (Germany), Universität Münster (Munster, Germany), Universität Luzern (Switzerland) and Universität Halle-Wittenberg (Germany).