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Heidegger: Being and Time and the Care for the Self  [PDF]
Jesús Adrián Escudero
Open Journal of Philosophy (OJPP) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ojpp.2013.32047
Abstract: The secret of Being and Time and of its constant cultural and philosophical presence lies in its unusual hermeneutical richness. Being and Time becomes, so to speak, a precise seismometer capable of detecting the slips and falls of the contemporary era with surprising accuracy. It offers us an exact scan of the ethical and moral conscience of our time. Being and Time does not develop a philosophical theory among others, rather it faces the challenge of thoroughly reflecting upon the dilemma that is constantly present in philosophy, namely the question of human being and its relation to being in general. From this point of view, I would like to consider the possibility of reading this fundamental work of Heidegger as an ethics of the care, that is, as book that promotes a cultivation of the self and the other.
The Path to Human Understanding in Heidegger's Being and Time  [cached]
Eddie R. Babor
Lumina , 2011,
Abstract: Beyond any cloud of doubt, no professional philosopher can dismiss the claim that Heidegger is one of the pioneering thinkers in the science of deconstruction. Indeed, Heidegger has succeeded to sprinkle a different scent and aroma of his own way of giving "meaning" (Bloom, Derrida, and Miller, 1979:1) of reality.A good example of Heidegger's deconstructive efforts pertains to his analysis of the meaning of understanding and potentiality. Usually, understanding is understood in a subject-object paradigm where the knower comes to terms with the essence and accidents of a particular object. The object in-turn becomes poor victims of human knowledge or understanding. It is, so to say, robbed of its "privacy" to retain and sustain its being what it is without being disposed to the danger of being abstracted of its essence in order to become a particle of knowledge and to be stocked in the human mind. In case of potentiality, Aristotle (Babor, 1999:40), "St. Thomas Aquinas, and the rest in the row of the Scholastics, are fast in telling their audience that potency is derived from the verb 'posse' whose meaning is "to be able" or "to have power (Phillips, 1950:180)."
Heidegger: de Agostinho a Aristóteles
Espósito, Costantino;
Kriterion: Revista de Filosofia , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-512X2010000100002
Abstract: the paper deals with augustine's presence in heidegger's thought. indeed, augustine is not only the main source for the young heidegger's training (together with husserl's phenomenology and aristotle's philosophy), but is also the fundamental inclination, sometimes hidden, that heidegger tries to absorb and metabolize in his own thought. the confessions' interpretation - in particular the reading of book x on memoria and temptatio and book xi on time faced during the lectures on augustin and neoplatonism - is the chance heidegger has to make some basic theoretical decisions. human being is nothing but an historical and temporal being-there who raises the question of being because he is in himself that question. while for augustine the question is raised before a you, in heidegger's thought the question of human being - i.e. the question that human being is - is handed over to "nothing", because the mystery of being can never become a presence. the possibility of a confession, as a dramatic dialogue between the i and the presence of being, becomes for heidegger the sign of the finitude of the being-there and the impossibility of being in itself. the aim of the paper is to show heidegger's attempt (in some lectures and articles wrote during the early twenties) to "save" augustine's discovery of inquietudo interpreting it on the ground of aristotle's physis - i.e. that being which has within itself the principle of the movement - as a self-referential kinetics of life.
PLANTEAMIENTOS ANTE LA INTERSUBJETIVIDAD: EL SYMPATHIEBUCH DE MAX SCHELER Y SU REPERCUSIóN EN SER Y TIEMPO DE MARTIN HEIDEGGER Considerations about the intersubjectivity: The Sympathiebuch of Max Scheler and his repercussion in Being and Time by Martin Heidegger  [cached]
Enrique Mu?oz Pérez
Alpha (Osorno) , 2011,
Abstract: Este estudio pretende clarificar influencias efectivas de la reflexión de Scheler en el pensamiento de Heidegger para lo cual el autor se concentra en los principales análisis de Scheler en el Sympathiebuch, y en especial de su Anexo, que influyen poderosamente en la teoría sobre la intersubjetividad que bosqueja Heidegger en Ser y Tiempo. This study tries to clarify some effective influences of the Scheler's philosophy in the Heidegger’s thought. I center, then, in Scheler’s principal analyses in the Sympathiebuch, especially of his appendix, which they influence powerfully in the theory on the intersubjectivity that Heidegger sketches in Being and Time.
En torno a la hermenéutica blanca de Ser Tiempo en Edith Stein Edith Stein and Heidegger’s Being and Time : A White Hermeneutics  [cached]
Jose Luis Caballero Bono
Veritas : Revista de Filosofía y Teología , 2012,
Abstract: Edith Stein leyó la obra de Martin Heidegger Ser y tiempo en 1927, el mismo a o de su publicación. Este artículo trata de reconstruir la hermenéutica blanca de esa lectura, es decir, las reacciones que pudo suscitar y que no fueron puestas por escrito en ese momento. Se toman como guía tres comentarios azarosos de la autora en relación tanto a Ser y tiempo como a la filosofía de Heidegger en general. Edith Stein read Martin Heidegger’s Being and Time in 1927, the year of its publication. This article explores a white hermeneutics of her reading, tracing some possible reactions to this work that Stein did not record at the time. Three incidental comments on Being and Time and Heidegger’s philosophy in general made by Stein guide our research.
Heidegger's ontology of time
?izmar Valentina
Theoria, Beograd , 2008, DOI: 10.2298/theo0801083c
Abstract: Heidegger's contemporary analysis of traditional ontology has shown that (fore)understanding of the concept of time has been of special importance for philosophy in its metaphysical shape. Entire metaphysics, from its Greek origins, has been determined by prenotion of time. Aristotle's IV book of Physics remains the outset for any further questions of time, while aporia of the nature of time has special significance for further historical insights into metaphysics. Starting with existential analytics of (human) being, from temporality of being (Dasein), Heidegger sees time as the transcendental horizon for resolving the basic ontological question about the sense of being (Sein). Thereby are transformed all conceptions of time (from Aristotle to Huserl), which spring from being as presence, resulting in their own notion of time. According to Heidegger, time is not derived from being, and does not question its being something or nothing, but it is the horizon for understanding of being in general.
Heidegger y la filosofía práctica ser y tiempo como un palimpsesto: Being and time as palimpsest
Revista de filosofía , 2006, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-43602006000100006
Abstract: the paper examines some problematic implications of the question whether there is place for an ethics in the philosophy of martin heidegger. this question has been repeatedly asked since his fundamental works were published and several authors have claimed they can see underlying associations of a practical nature in his thought, notwithstanding the determined and open rejection that the author himself often expressed with regard to such a possibility
Haecceitas and the Question of Being: Heidegger and Duns Scotus  [PDF]
Philip Tonner
Kritike : an Online Journal of Philosophy , 2008,
Abstract: Over the thirty years since his death Martin Heidegger (1889-1976) hasemerged as one of the key philosophers of the 20th Century. Yet he claimed to be moved throughout the entirety of his work by a single question: the question of the meaning of being. According to Heidegger the ancient Greek thinkers experienced being with a sense of wonder that has been lost in modernity. There has never been a satisfactory answer to this question and philosophers are no longer even perplexed by their inability to answer it. It was the question of being (Seinsfrage) that Heidegger set out to confront in his unfinished master work Being and Time (1927). The young Heidegger years before the publication of that work had been afforded an insight to an aspect of what would become his central concern from what at first might seem an unlikely source: the medieval philosopher and theologian John Duns Scotus.Scotus inspired Heidegger in so far as his thought was in proximity to “real life,” and while he would later move decisively away from the position he took in his ‘scotus Book,” in a move that has been referred to as the first “turn” in his thought from the ‘system of Catholicism” to liberal Protestantism, Scotus provided the young scholar with an insight into human individuality that would prove decisive in his mature work. Despite this move away from any kind of “onto-logic,” there is an element of Heidegger’s thought that is influenced by Scotus (1265/6-1308), one of the brightest stars of medieval philosophy. So, while my investigation is conducted with the fact of this turn in mind, my aim is to explore this element.
En torno a Heidegger y un filósofo de la Escuela de Kioto: De la subjetividad incondicionada al 'entre' y el espacio del desocultamiento en la contienda mundo / tierra  [cached]
Rebeca Maldonado Rodriguera
Revista Observaciones Filosóficas , 2011,
Abstract: The following essay has as fundamental sense to advise the transformations whose take place when the subjectivity to forme oneself from the nothing transforming to oneself then in one “between”. In a place where would occurs the struggle world and earth (Heidegger) or as in the case Shizuteru Ueda, in a “berween” where forms one self as “nature” and “you” at the same time. The text from which I am thinking is Heidegger`s Nietzsche. Thinking to the representational subjectivity, its disruption and its possibilities as a posthumanist way of being is the attempt of this essay.
Heidegger's concept of 'Being-There' and fundamental concepts of traditional ontology  [PDF]
Molnar-Siv? Milotka
Filozofija i Dru?tvo , 2008, DOI: 10.2298/fid0803273m
Abstract: Although the question of relationship between basic concepts of traditional ontology and central concepts of fundamental ontology is not a topic which is systematically dealt with in Being and Time, it is obvious that some of the theses which are crucial not only for Heidegger's interpretation of philosophical tradition, but also for the whole project of fundamental ontology, concern this 'conceptual scheme'. In fact, the backbone of Heidegger's critical confrontation with dominant philosophical conceptions is the question of relationship between the concept of 'substance' and the concept of 'Being', i.e. the discussion of philosophical doctrines in which 'Being' is reduced to 'substance'. Besides this context, which concerns the ontological problematics in the strict sense, it is possible to show that the refutation of the basic categories of traditional ontology is an issue which has a decisive role in more concrete phases of the realization of the project of fundamental ontology. This is especially confirmed in Heidegger's discussion of the concept of 'Being-There'. The interpretation of Heidegger's treatment of the relationship between the concepts of 'Being-there', 'existence' and 'existentials' on the one hand, and the concepts of 'substance', 'essence' and 'categories' on the other, shows that one of Heidegger's basic theses is that a transformation of concepts of traditional ontology is necessary for an appropriate understanding of human being.
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