The Basic Problems of Phenomenology by Martin Heidegger
English | 1988 | ISBN: 0253204783 , 0253176875 | 432 pages | LQ scan PDF | 38 MB
This is a lecture course presented at the University of Marburg during summer semester 1927. Heidegger looks at the philosophical history of ontology, with an emphasis on Kant in the first half, and then examines time as temporality and its relation to being.
In the first part of the course, Heidegger describes four theses about being in Western Philosophy.
- Kant's thesis that being is not a real predicate.
- The difference between essentia and existentia in Scholastic Philosophy.
- The modern Cartesian/Kantian distinction between the being of subject (res cogitans) and object (res extensa).
- The logical thesis of being as the truth in assertion.
In the second part of the course, he discusses the problem of the ontological difference via Aristotle's notion of time as a series of events, and temporality and being. In the introduction to the course, he introduces the ontological difference to describe ontology.
PART ONE. Critical Phenomenological Discwrion of Some Trdditional Theses about Being
Chapter One: Kant's Thesis: Being Is Not a Real Predicate
Chapter Two: The Thesis of Medieval Ontology Derived from Aristotle
Chapter Three: The Thesis of Modern Ontology
Chapter Four: The Thesis of Logic
PART TWO. The Fundamental Ontological Question of the Meaning of Being in General
Chapter One: The Problem of the Ontological Difference
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