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The weirdness of being : Heidegger's unheard answer to the Seinsfrage / Ivo De Gennaro.

Author/Creator:
De Gennaro, Ivo., author.
Publication:
Oxon [England] : Routledge, 2014.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (209 p.)
Subjects:
Heidegger, Martin, 1889-1976.
Ontology.
Existential phenomenology.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
Summary:
The ongoing publication of Heidegger's complete works has called into question the interpretive and translative practices that have historicized Heidegger's thinking through the adaptation of categories and mind-sets inherited from metaphysics. Ivo De Gennaro argues that the posthumous treatises in particular - many of which have yet to be translated into English - show that the ""other onset of thinking"" that Being and Time inaugurated and which those historicizing accounts have interpreted and translated away, has already taken place. This book, on the other hand, speaks solely from tha
Contents:
Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; Acknowledgements; Preface; 1 Why being itself and not just being?; 1.1 Seinsfrage and Denkweg; 1.2 Three meanings of the word Sein; 1.3 The ground-theme of Being and Time; 1.4 What does Möglichkeit mean?; 1.5 Translating Möglichkeit; 1.6 The word of the Seinsfrage; 2 Owning to the belongingness to being; 2.1 Enowned owning and the stress for words; 2.2 Translating Seyn; 2.3 Translating Geschichte; 2.4 Returnership; 3 Translation, tradition, and the other onset of thinking; 3.1 Onset and Unterschied
3.2 Tradition as translation3.3 The Denkweg-sense of interpretation; 4 Husserl and Heidegger on Dasein; 4.1 The word Dasein; 4.2 Husserl on Dasein and the scope of transcendental phenomenology; 4.3 Heidegger on Da-sein and the scope of the Seinsfrage; 4.4 Coining Da-sein in English; 5 Minding that "we" cannot ever not think beЗng; 5.1 Who is "we"?; 5.2 Enowning as the word; 5.3 The word-treasure of enowning; 5.4 Translating Wesen; 5.5 Translating Da-seyn; 5.6 Minding the mind; 6 The origin of speech; 6.1 Da-sein and the de-homination of man; 6.2 The temper of silence
Epilogue: Seven questionsAppendix: "Putting in the seed"; Notes; Index
Notes:
Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (ebrary, viewed September 20, 2013).
First published 2013 by Acumen.
ISBN:
1-315-72907-5
1-317-54483-8
1-84465-560-1
OCLC:
894612184
Publisher Number:
10.4324/9781315729077 doi
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