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- +On July 24, 1929, [[Heidegger]] gave his inaugural lecture "[[What Is Metaphysics?]]".
-[[Heidegger]] wrote about boredom in two texts available in English, in the 1929/30 semester lecture course ''[[The Fundamental Concepts of Metaphysics]]'', and again in the essay ''[[What is Metaphysics?]]'' published in the same year. In the lecture, [[Heidegger]] included about 100 pages on boredom, probably the most extensive philosophical treatment ever of the subject. He focused on waiting at [[train station]]s in particular as a major context of boredom.+
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On July 24, 1929, Heidegger gave his inaugural lecture "What Is Metaphysics?".



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