Zur Davoser Disputation zwischen Ernst Cassirer und Martin Heidegger

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On the surface, Ernst Cassirer's and Martin Heidegger's discussion in Davos (1929) can be understood as confontation between Cassirer's neo-kantian Philosophy of Culture and Heidegger's phenomenological Analysis of Existence (Daseinsanalyse). This common understanding however neglects, that both contrahents try to overcome the same problem: though in totally different ways, they try to overcome the speculative (logical and metaphysical) problem concerning the Unity of (theoretical and practical) reason, that was set by their late teacher resp. colleague Paul Natorp

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Kurt Walter Zeidler
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