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Lee Braver is Professor of Philosophy at the University of South
Florida. His main interests are in continental philosophy (especially Heidegger
and Foucault), Wittgenstein, realism, and dialogue between continental and
analytic philosophy. He is the author of A Thing of This World: A History
of Continental Anti-Realism (Northwestern, 2007), Heidegger’s Later
Writings: A Reader’s Guide (Bloomsbury, 2009), Groundless Grounds:
A Study of Wittgenstein and Heidegger (MIT, 2012), Heidegger: Thinking
of Being (Polity, 2014), and editor of Division III of Being and Time:
Heidegger’s Unanswered Question of Being (MIT, 2015), as well as a number
of articles and book chapters.
He is also considered by many to be a Master Griller.