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What does SUZ stand for?

SUZ stands for Sein Und Zeit

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It is true that Heidegger goes beyond the letter of Kant's text in his claim that Kant was "really" concerned with ontology, but, as Kaufer shows, what Heidegger means by fundamental ontology in Sein und Zeit was itself derived from Kant--that is, from Heidegger's restoration of the real Kant in the face of the one-sided epistemological interpretation of the neo-Kantians.
This is a slightly revised edition of Joan Stambaugh's 1996 English translation of Martin Heidegger's Sein und Zeit, widely considered the German philosopher's most important work, one with lasting influence in the realms of ontology, existentialism, hermeneutics, and deconstruction.
MacQuarrie and Robinson have meticulously translated Martin Heidegger's magisterial Sein und Zeit into readable English, an amazing feat, considering the difficulty of the original German.
The great retrievals to which Heidegger then proceeds are well known: the first pages of Sein und Zeit evoked an "explicit retrieval [ausdruckliche Wiederholung] of the question of being," (1) while the fourth and last part of Kant und das Problem der Metaphysik spoke of a "laying of the ground for metaphysics in a retrieval [in einer Wiederholung].