Centre for Phenomenological Studies, Pondicherry, India
Martin Heidegger is born on September 26 as son of Friedrich Heidegger and Johanna Heidegger-Kempf in Meßkirch, Germany.
Stays at the Konradihaus in Constance to continue his high school education.
Continues his studies at the Gymnasium in Freiburg.
Conrad Gröber presents him with a copy of Franz Brentano's dissertation "On the Manifold Meaning of Being."
Studies theology and philosophy at the University of Freiburg. Begins to study the writings of Edmund Husserl and Wilhelm Dilthey in 1910.
Heidegger obtains the doctorate in philosophy with his inaugural dissertation "The Doctrine of Judgment in Psychologism."