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AuthorDeely, John N. author
TitleThe Tradition via Heidegger [electronic resource] : An Essay on the Meaning of Being in the Philosophy of Martin Heidegger / by John N. Deely
ImprintDordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 1971
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-94-010-3025-0
Descript 232 p. online resource

SUMMARY

This book is not addressed to beginning students in philosophy so much as it is addressed to those who, though fairly well-versed in the philosophical tradition, find themselves frankly baffled and brought up short by the writยญ ings of Martin Heidegger, and who-while recognizing the novelty of the Heideggerean enterprise - may sometimes find themselves wondering if this "thinking of Being" is after all rich enough to deserve still further effort on their part. That at least was my own state of mind after a couple of years spent in studying Heidegger. Then one day, in preparing for a seminar, I suddenly saw, not indeed all of what Heidegger is about, but at least where he stands in terms of previous philosophers, and what is the ground of his thinking. After that, it became possible to assess certain strengths and weaknesses of his thought in terms of his own methodology vis-a-vis those earlier thinkers who, without having dreamed of anything quite like a Daseinsanalyse, had yet recognized in explicit terms the feature of experience on which the identiยญ fication of Sein (and consequently the Daseinsanalyse) depends for its possยญ ibility


CONTENT

I. The Situation of Heidegger in the Tradition of Christian Philosophy -- II. The Problem of Language and the Need for a Retrieve -- III. The Forgottenness of Being -- IV. From Man and the Cogito Sum to Dasein -- V. Dasein and the Regress to Conscious Awareness -- VI. Intentionalitรคt and Intentionale:Two Distinct Notions -- VII. Dasein as the Intentional Life of Man -- VIII. The Presuppositioned Priority of the Being-Question -- IX. Phenomenology: the Medium of the Being-Question -- X. From the Early to the Later Heidegger -- XI. Conclusion: the Denouement of our Retrieve -- Postscript: A Note on the Genesis and Implications of this Book -- Appendix I: The Thought of Being and Theology -- Appendix II: Metaphysics and the Thought of M. Heidegger -- Selected Bibliography -- Index of Proper Names


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