Introduction; 1. Care as the being of Dasein; 2. Originary temporality; 3. World-time and time-reckoning; 4. The ordinary conception of time and disengaged temporality; 5. Heidegger's temporal idealism; Conclusion: the consequences of the failure of Heidegger's temporal idealism.
A systematic reconstruction of Heidegger's account of time and temporality in Being and Time.
' ... sets new standards in addressing the topics that are, by Heidegger's own intent, the most important in Being and Time.' Times Literary Supplement