Heidegger Studies

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    Mitdasein und Seinsfrage.Tsoullos Aris - 2022 - Heidegger Studies 38 (1):289-302.
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  2. Rottura o continuità? Il «Platone» di Heidegger dal corso sul Sofista alla «svolta».Giacomo Borbone - 2022 - Heidegger Studies 38 (1):157-184.
    Heidegger, in the writings of the so-called “turn” [Kehre] attributes to Plato a capital role in the history of philosophy, namely that of founder of metaphysics understood as the history of the oblivion of being. Yet, in his course on the Sophist (1924-25) Heidegger had not yet made such negative judgments. Is this double image of Plato that we can derive from Heideggerian writings the result of a rupture or is there perhaps a continuity? In this contribution I will show (...)
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    Un Dieu n’est pas 1 dieu. Heidegger et la question du Dieu unique.Pascal David - 2022 - Heidegger Studies 38 (1):139-156.
    In Heidegger’s Four Notebooks I and II (Black Notebooks 1947-1950), edited as volume 99 of the Gesamtausgabe of his writings, the author remarks that “One God, who as a unique God does not tolerate other Gods apart from him is outside divinity ”, the latter obviously referring to the Bible’s passage found in Exodus 34: 14 : “For you shalt worship no other God: for the LORD, whose name is Jealous, is a jealous God.”. But how does Heidegger come to (...)
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    Hommage à François Fédier (1935-2021).Pascal David - 2022 - Heidegger Studies 38 (1):329-345.
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    Nietzsche, Heidegger und kein Ende. [REVIEW]Matthias Flatscher - 2022 - Heidegger Studies 38 (1):317-321.
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  6. Ontology and Revelation. [REVIEW]Brian Gregor - 2022 - Heidegger Studies 38 (1):303-311.
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  7. Meine Erinnerungen an Professor István M. Fehér.Anna Jani - 2022 - Heidegger Studies 38 (1):347-352.
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    Savoir et annonce : le parcours herméneutique de la pensée de Martin Heidegger (1923 – 1959).Racette Karl - 2022 - Heidegger Studies 38 (1):7-22.
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  9. Die Seinsweise und Andersheit des Tieres bei Heidegger. [REVIEW]Thomas Kessel - 2022 - Heidegger Studies 38 (1):313-316.
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    Lessons from Heidegger’s Attempt to Rethink Science in his “Beiträge”.George Kovacs - 2022 - Heidegger Studies 38 (1):105-119.
    Heidegger’s understanding of the relationship between philosophy and science is expressed in his claim that they are not hostile towards each other, i.e., that philosophy is neither for nor against science, though they differ in ambition, strength, and methodology. Their interaction, as this essay suggests, may contribute to the range and diversification of philosophical thinking and to a deeper grasp of the strength and boundary (potential and limitation) of scientific inquiry and knowing. Heidegger’s rethinking of science, especially in his twenty-four (...)
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  11. Stimme die uns ruft. Heideggers Erörterung der Sprache.Norbert Lanfer - 2022 - Heidegger Studies 38 (1):47-104.
    The language of philosophy is based on a philosophy of language, which is considered as instrument. The traditional speech of Being and of God, which makes them objects, is also understood as a designation, not a pointing. Finally, the conventional question about Being moves on its tracks. It takes its starting point from Being, as if it were given without question. Instead, Heidegger poses it in the origin from Being itself.
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  12. The Aristotelian concept of τύχη: daseinanalytical perspectives.Jaka Makuc - 2022 - Heidegger Studies 38 (1):185-205.
    This essay tries to retrace Heidegger’s interpretation of the Aristotelian concepts of συμβεβηκὸζ, τύχη and abróparov and their role within daseinanalytic ontology. We will try to show how Heidegger manages to unify the three terms (which in Aristotelian philosophy remain distinct although related) into a single ontological concept, capable of exercising a negative function with respect to the conception of being as Anwesenheit. However, one will come to notice the lack of an effective Heideggerian thematization of the concept of τύχη, (...)
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  13. Die Moderne zwischen Uneigentlichkeit und Eigentlichkeit.Rosa Maria Marafioti - 2022 - Heidegger Studies 38 (1):243-287.
    Heidegger, Lukacs and Heller confronted the “crisis” of modernity already at the beginning of their own paths of thinking and asked how to address it. Lukacs did never completely lose faith in politics, whereas Heidegger and Heller only briefly leant on a party to direct the course of history. Heidegger and Lukacs described modem life as an “unowned” existence occasioned by the metaphysics’ “forgetfulness of Being” and the “reification of consciousness” in the late capitalism respectively. Whilst Heidegger entrusted the task (...)
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  14. Heidegger and Kabbalah. [REVIEW]Mario Ionuţ Maroşan - 2022 - Heidegger Studies 38 (1):323-326.
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  15. Die Kunst und der Raum bei Heidegger und Merleau-Ponty.Günther Neumann - 2022 - Heidegger Studies 38 (1):223-241.
    Although Heidegger’s and Merleau-Ponty’s discussion of the problem of art and space leads in part to comparable results, the differences between the two phenomenological approaches should also be pointed out. As such a difference the relationship between the space of art (and craft) and the space of nature is first brought into view - as described by Heidegger in §§ 22-24 of Being and Time (1927) and by Merleau-Ponty in §§ 29-33 of his second fundamental work Phenomenology o f Perception (...)
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    Die „Natur“ des Denkens als Entsprechen.Alina Noveanu - 2022 - Heidegger Studies 38 (1):207-222.
    One of Heidegger’s main interests in Heraclitus’ concept of Λόγοζ regards the phenomenon of corresponding (Entsprechen). While λέγειν is interpreted as an obedient joining (Fügen), harvesting (Lesen), gathering (Sammeln, Versammeln) and lying-before (Vorliegen lassen), the movement of essential thinking picks up the idea of corresponding (όμολογεἴν) to a subtle ‘claim’ (Anspruch) of being throughout appearance (εἴδοζ Anblick) which addresses i. e. calls for being put into words. The λέγειν of human Λόγοζ can thus become (at times) the same with the (...)
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  17. István M. Fehér (1950-2021).Csaba Olay - 2022 - Heidegger Studies 38 (1):353-356.
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  18. Hommage à François Fédier (1935 – 2021).David Pascal - 2022 - Heidegger Studies 38 (1):327-346.
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  19. Savoir et annonce : le parcours herméneutique de la pensée de Martin Heidegger (1923-1959).Karl Racette - 2022 - Heidegger Studies 38 (1):9-22.
    This paper aims to underscore a certain continuity in Heidegger’s hermeneutical thinking, while examining the transformations that it undergoes from 1923 to 1959. My analysis of Heidegger’s thought follows the way the author uses the semantic range of the German word “Kunde”. I claim that this transformation can be understood from three different angles: the young Heidegger (1920’s), Heidegger’s “turning” (1930’s) and late Heidegger (1950’s). By analyzing those three steps in Heidegger’s thought, I show that Heidegger’s hermeneutics is a deep (...)
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  20. The Origin of Being-historical Motifs in Contributions to Philosophy.Frank Schalow - 2022 - Heidegger Studies 38 (1):121-138.
    This essay examines how being-historical thinking is enacted through specific motifs, which prompts an Auseinandersetzung with the modem age of machination. The earth is one such motif that arises in Contributions to Philosophy, calling for a nuanced language to enact being-historical thinking, on the one hand, and, on the other, marking a sharp divergence from the objectifying discourse of modern science and technicity. It is shown that Heidegger’s appeal to the earth not only yields a deeper meaning of what it (...)
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  21. Une réduction herméneutique? L'épochè et le « résidu phénoménologique » chez le premier Heidegger (1919-1923).Marcin Schulz - 2022 - Heidegger Studies 38 (1):23-45.
    The purpose of this paper is to examine the methodical status of phenomenological reduction in Heidegger's early Freiburg lectures (1919-1923). Starting from the assumption that the traditional interpretation of reduction focused mainly on Heidegger’s interpretation of its ontological possibility (by explaining reduction from the phenomenon of anxiety), we propose a reading conducted from a methodical perspective. First, we follow the Heideggerian appropriation of reduction as the epoché of the objectivations of life and determine its “phenomenological residue” as essentially evental and (...)
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  22. Mitdasein und Seinsfrage. [REVIEW]Aris Tsoullos - 2022 - Heidegger Studies 38 (1):291-301.
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