“HAD-BEEN-NESS” AND PAST. History and memory. An Essay in applied philosophical dialogue with M. Heidegger


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István Király V.
Babes-Bolyai University of Cluj (PhD)
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Motto: “History is denied not because it is ‘false’ but because, although impossible to be assimilated as present, it remains active in the present.” Martin Heidegger “It is to be expected that people remember their past and imagine their future. But in fact, when they write discourses about history they imagine it through the prism of their own experiences and when they try to ponder over the future they refer to presupposed analogies with the past, until, in a double process of repetition they imagine their past and remember their future.” Lewis Nanier
Keywords Past  History  Memory  Historiality
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