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The basic problems of phenomenology [Die Grundprobleme der Phänomenologie…

by Martin Heidegger

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This is where Heidegger becomes critical of Being and Time's 'horizions'. This criticism leads directly to his astonishing works of the 30's and 40's. He explicates his criticism of of the estatic horizions with a peculiar notion of presence, which he calls 'prasenz', or some Latin variant of presence. This is the clearing, a crucial notion for all of his subsequent thinking. Extremely difficult reading. Don't even think about it if you haven't labored over Being and TIme or at least without having taken a course on it. ( )
  thoughtcorner | Nov 12, 2012 |
Gesamtausgabe. 4 Abteilungen: Gesamtausgabe 2. Abt. Bd. 24
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