The Concept of World: A Study in the Phenomenological Ontology of Martinheidegger

Dissertation, Tulane University (1964)

INTRODUCTION Part I. PROLEGOMENA TO THE PROBLEM OF WORLD I. The Goal of Heidegger's ontology II. World as a phenomenological problem Part II. THE CONCEPT OF WORLD IN HEIDEGGER'S EXISTENTIAL ANALYTIC OF DASEIN III. The phenomenological uncovering of the worldhood of the world IV. The existential constitution of the Being-in of Being-in-the-world V. World, temporality, and finitude VI. World and Transcendence Part III. THE CONCEPT OF WORLD IN THE OUTCOME OF HEIDEGGER'S EXISTENTIAL ANALYTIC OF DASEIN VII. The concept of world in Heidegger's transformation of Husserlian Phenomenology VIII. The ontological significance of the concept of world IX. Conclusion BIBLIOGRAPHY BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH
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