Review of Metaphysics
Author's Preliminary Manuscript
According to McMullin, injustice is, for Heidegger, the insistence on "my time ... my now." Because the "social" and "justice" are themes of the book, a reader might expect some discussion of the political dimension of human life; but there is no reference to the political, no discussion of the significance of the hero, and no reference to the distinction of the social and the communal (at the cost of the "social") that Heidegger makes toward the end of Being and Time.
Copyright Review of Metaphysics Dec 2014
R. J. Dostal. "Review: McMullin, Irene. Time and the Shared World: Heidegger on Social Relations," Review of Metaphysics 68.2 (2014): 436-438.