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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.
Heidegger, lector de la retórica aristotélica
Escudero, Jesús Adrián;
Diánoia , 2011,
Abstract: the present article analyses heidegger's productive assimilation of the aristotelian rhetoric, paying special attention to his lectures of 1924, basic concepts of aristotelian philosophy, and its later influence on the phenomenon of everydayness and the idle talk exposed in being and time. first, i outline heidegger's early interpretation of aristotle's politic and practical writings (1). second, i show in more detail his ontological reading of aristotle's rhetoric, focusing on the sphere of communicability of opinions (2). and third, i describe the positive and negative aspects related to the phenomenon of idle talk sketched out in being and time, a phenomenon which condensates a good portion of his interpretations of aristotelian rhetoric.
Heidegger y la Hermenéutica del Cuerpo
Jesús Adrián Escudero
Revista Observaciones Filosóficas , 2011,
Abstract: From the field of French phenomenology, the deconstructivist, feminist studies and environmentalism has repeatedly criticized the absence of an explicit thematization of the phenomenon of the body in Heidegger's work. Beyond recognizing some of the merits of these criticisms, this paper attempts to answer the question of why Heidegger ignored the analysis of the body first and see where such an analysis in the context of his philosophical project. First, it clarifies the reasons for the absence of the subject's body in Being and Time. Second, it provides an analysis of Zollikon seminars, where Heidegger addresses for the first time in his work the phenomenon of the body in a way that, to the surprise of many critics, significantly overlaps with the phenomenology of Maurice Merleau-Ponty. And third, it addresses the issue of neutrality and asexuality of Dasein and exposed the philosophical reasons that explain the fact that Heidegger speaks of Dasein sexual neutrality in the context of existential analytic.
Aclaraciones terminológicas en torno al Informe Natorp de Heidegger
Jesús Adrián Escudero
Signos filosóficos , 2003,
Abstract: Resumen: El presente artículo se adentra en la compleja arquitectura conceptual del Informe Natorp, rastreando la genealogía y fijando el sentido de los términos empleados en este breve escrito programático en el marco del pensamiento del joven Heidegger. Abstract: This paper penetrates in the complex conceptual architectonic of the Natorp report by following the genealogy and fixing the meaning of the terms employed in this short programmatic text of the young Heidegger.
Heidegger, lector de la retórica aristotélica Heidegger, a Reading of Aristotle's Rhetoric
Jesús Adrián Escudero
Diánoia , 2011,
Abstract: El presente trabajo analiza la productiva asimilación heideggeriana de la retórica aristotélica que encontramos en sus lecciones de 1924, Conceptos fundamentales de la filosofía aristotélica, y su posterior repercusión en los análisis del uno cotidiano y de la habladuría en Ser y tiempo. Primero se presentan las líneas básicas de la interpretación heideggeriana temprana de los escritos prácticos y políticos de Aristóteles (1). Luego se perfila con más detalle su relectura en clave ontológica de la Retórica de Aristóteles, prestando una especial atención al plano de la comunicabilidad de las opiniones (2). Y, finalmente, se muestran los aspectos positivos y negativos contenidos en el fenómeno de la habladuría analizado en Ser y tiempo, un fenómeno que condensa buena parte de las interpretaciones de la retórica aristotélica (3). The present article analyses Heidegger's productive assimilation of the Aristotelian rhetoric, paying special attention to his lectures of 1924, Basic Concepts of Aristotelian Philosophy, and its later influence on the phenomenon of everydayness and the idle talk exposed in Being and Time. First, I outline Heidegger's early interpretation of Aristotle's politic and practical writings (1). Second, I show in more detail his ontological reading of Aristotle's Rhetoric, focusing on the sphere of communicability of opinions (2). And third, I describe the positive and negative aspects related to the phenomenon of idle talk sketched out in Being and Time, a phenomenon which condensates a good portion of his interpretations of Aristotelian rhetoric.
El programa filosófico del joven Heidegger. (En torno a las lecciones de 1919. la idea de la filosofía y el problema de la concepción del mundo)
Jesús Adrián Escudero
Eidos , 2007,
Abstract: Este artículo desarrolla el núcleo del programa filosófico del joven Heidegger a partir de las primeras lecciones de Friburgo. Este programa gira en torno a dos cuestiones fundamentales. Por un lado, una cuestión temática: el fenómeno de la vida humana y sus diferentes formas de manifestación y aprehensión, que lleva a Heidegger a una interesante relectura en clave ontológica de Aristóteles, Pablo, Agustín, Eckhart, Lutero o Schleiermacher. Por otro lado, una cuestión eminentemente metodológica: la de cómo acceder de manera correcta a la esfera primaria de la vida, que desemboca en un primer profundo cuestionamiento de la fenomenología reflexiva de Husserl
Assemblage of a Semi-Arid Annual Plant Community: Abiotic and Biotic Filters Act Hierarchically
Arantzazu L. Luzuriaga, Ana M. Sánchez, Fernando T. Maestre, Adrián Escudero
PLOS ONE , 2012, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0041270
Abstract: The study of species coexistence and community assembly has been a hot topic in ecology for decades. Disentangling the hierarchical role of abiotic and biotic filters is crucial to understand community assembly processes. The most critical environmental factor in semi-arid environments is known to be water availability, and perennials are usually described as nurses that create milder local conditions and expand the niche range of several species. We aimed to broaden this view by jointly evaluating how biological soil crusts (BSCs), water availability, perennial species (presence/absence of Stipa tenacissima) and plant-plant interactions shape a semi-arid annual plant community. The presence and cover of annual species was monitored during three years of contrasting climate. Water stress acted as the primary filter determining the species pool available for plant community assembly. Stipa and BSCs acted as secondary filters by modulating the effects of water availability. At extremely harsh environmental conditions, Stipa exerted a negative effect on the annual plant community, while at more benign conditions it increased annual community richness. Biological soil crusts exerted a contradictory effect depending on climate and on the presence of Stipa, favoring annuals in the most adverse conditions but showing repulsion at higher water availability conditions. Finally, interactions among co-occurring annuals shaped species richness and diversity of the final annual plant assembly. This study sheds light on the processes determining the assembly of annual communities and highlights the importance of Biological Soil Crusts and of interactions among annual plants on the final outcome of the species assembly.
Colonization of Abandoned Land by Juniperus thurifera Is Mediated by the Interaction of a Diverse Dispersal Assemblage and Environmental Heterogeneity
Gema Escribano-Avila, Virginia Sanz-Pérez, Beatriz Pías, Emilio Virgós, Adrián Escudero, Fernando Valladares
PLOS ONE , 2012, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0046993
Abstract: Land abandonment is one of the most powerful global change drivers in developed countries where recent rural exodus has been the norm. Abandonment of traditional land use practices has permitted the colonization of these areas by shrub and tree species. For fleshy fruited species the colonization of new areas is determined by the dispersal assemblage composition and abundance. In this study we showed how the relative contribution to the dispersal process by each animal species is modulated by the environmental heterogeneity and ecosystem structure. This complex interaction caused differential patterns on the seed dispersal in both, landscape patches in which the process of colonization is acting nowadays and mature woodlands of Juniperus thurifera, a relict tree distributed in the western Mediterranean Basin. Thrushes (Turdus spp) and carnivores (red fox and stone marten) dispersed a high amount of seeds while rabbits and sheeps only a tiny fraction. Thrushes dispersed a significant amount of seeds in new colonization areas, however they were limited by the presence of high perches with big crop size. While carnivores dispersed seeds to all studied habitats, even in those patches where no trees of J. thurifera were present, turning out to be critical for primary colonization. The presence of Pinus and Quercus was related to a reduced consumption of J. thurifera seeds while the presence of fleshy fruited shrubs was related with higher content of J. thurifera seeds in dispersers’ faeces. Therefore environmental heterogeneity and ecosystem structure had a great influence on dispersers feeding behaviour, and should be considered in order to accurately describe the role of seed dispersal in ecological process, such as regeneration and colonization. J. thurifera expansion is not seed limited thanks to its diverse dispersal community, hence the conservation of all dispersers in an ecosystem enhance ecosystems services and resilience.
Recidiva pelviana despues de cistectomia radical por cancer vesical
Calleja Escudero,Jesús; Müller Arteaga,Carlos; Torrecilla García- Ripoll,Juan Ramón; Pascual,;
Archivos Espa?oles de Urología (Ed. impresa) , 2005, DOI: 10.4321/S0004-06142005000300015
Abstract: objectives: we report the case of a male patient who had undergone radical cystectomy and orthotopic neobladder for bladder cancer presenting with local recurrence eight months later. methods: diagnostic tests included ct scan and ultrasound guided transrectal biopsy. results: with the diagnosis of local recurrence he underwent chemotherapy and radiotherapy. conclusions: the pelvic recurrence of transitional cell carcinoma after radical cystectomy is rare and prognosis is poor. it is frequently associated with advanced tumor stage. it should be treated by a multidisciplinary approach.
Crónicas
Gutiérrez Escudero, Antonio,Lavrin, Asunción,Navarro García, Jesús Raúl,Varela, Consuelo
Anuario de Estudios Americanos , 1995,
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