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    Heidegger on Hölderlin's Festival: The Wedding Dance as the Inceptual Event
    Epoché: A Journal for the History of Philosophy 18 (2): 503-524. 2014.
    After accounting for the festival as a philosophical theme across Heidegger’s early to later writings, this article summarizes the 1943 “Andenken” essay on Hölderlin’s “wedding festival” and 1959 “Hölderlin’s Earth and Heaven” essay on the “round dance.” It then explores how these motifs of the wedding festival and its round dance are in play in the 1936–1937 Contributions to Philosophy: Of the Event manuscript, especially in its philosophy of attunement, and notion of the “celebration of the la…Read more