Nitsche, M., From Appropriate. Phenomenological Interpretation of Heidegger's Contributions to Philosophy. Prague: Philosophy. 2011.

This monographic study introduces the ideas of the key work of Heidegger's inheritance, Contributions to Philosophy (Beiträge zur Philosophie, Vom Ereignis, 1936). It offers an interpretation of the key themes of this work, including the terms Ereignis (appropriate) and Da-sein (being-here). The interpretation emphasizes Heidegger's use of the phenomenological method when describing being as appropriate; the study can also be read as a reflection of the ontological reach of phenomenology. Since the prospective location of the phenomenological method is always (concrete) human, the study ends with the approximation of Heidegger's interpretation of the human being from the appropriate (vom Ereignis).