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[KINDLE] ❆ Heraclitus Seminar By Martin Heidegger – Webpolitics.us

Heraclitus Seminar In 1966 67 Martin Heidegger And Eugen Fink Conducted An Extraordinary Seminar On The Fragments Of Heraclitus Heraclitus Seminar Records Those Conversations, Documenting The Imaginative And Experimental Character Of The Multiplicity Of Interpretations Offered And Providing An Invaluable Portrait Of Heidegger Involved In Active Discussion And Explication.Heidegger S Remarks In This Seminar Illuminate His Interpretations Not Only Of Pre Socratic Philosophy, But Also Of Figures Such As Hegel And Holderllin At The Same Time, Heidegger Clarifies Many Late Developments In His Own Understanding Of Truth, Being, And Understanding Heidegger And Fink, Both Deeply Rooted In The Freiburg Phenomenological Tradition, Offer Two Competing Approaches To The Phenomenological Reading Of The Ancient Text A Kind Of Reading That, As Fink Says, Is Not So Much Concerned With The Philological Problematic As With Advancing Into The Matter Itself, That Is, Toward The Matter That Must Have Stood Before Heraclitus S Spiritual View.

[KINDLE] ❆ Heraclitus Seminar  By Martin Heidegger – Webpolitics.us
  • Paperback
  • 171 pages
  • Heraclitus Seminar
  • Martin Heidegger
  • English
  • 20 February 2017
  • 0810110679

    10 thoughts on “[KINDLE] ❆ Heraclitus Seminar By Martin Heidegger – Webpolitics.us


  1. says:

    This book contains the proceedings of the 1966 67 seminar on Heraclitus, which was held at the University of Freiburg Initially, the plan was for the seminar to expand over a series of semesters but this was never actualized The reader has the opportunity to witness a live dialogue, conducted mainly by Martin Heidegger and Eugen Fink, one of the most distinguished representatives of Phenomenology, as well as the questions and observations made by the participants of the lectures The chapters This book contains the proceedings of the 1966 67 semin...


  2. says:

    I liked the fact that Fink starts with 64 and not with 10, Heidegger gets much too abstract at times.The translation isn t the best possible, but originals usually read better, so that s no criticism of Mr Seibert who did a creditable job.Perhaps a link to the actual Fragments would...


  3. says:

    This book is very difficult, and I wouldn t recommend it unless you re familar with Heidegger s other accounts of the presocratic philosophers and also have a good knowledge of Heraclitus Without the latter it would probably be tough to follow the twists and turns of Heidegger and Fink s analysis, since a lot of it uses the Greek But Heraclitus Seminar is a really rewarding text if you can make your way through it I ve read this book twice and would benefit from going through it again I thin This book is very difficult, and I wouldn t recommend it unless you re familar with Heidegger s other accounts of the presocratic philosophers and also have a good knowledge of Heraclitus Without the latter it would probably be tough to follow the twists and turns of Heidegger and Fink s analysis,...


  4. says:

    Given that Heidegger is often considered to be at his best in the classroom setting not that I ever took a course from him, but this is from other 20th Century philosophers who spoke in awe of him and his unique teaching ability , I had high hopes for this book Heidegger along with a philologist Eugen Fink leading a group of students in a discussion of Heraclitus Alas, it was not to be Fink holds the floor for much of the discussion, thereby sapping much of my interest who cares what Fin Given that Heidegger is often considered to be at his best in the classroom setting not that I ever took a course from him, but this is from other 20th Century philosophers who spoke in awe of him and his unique teaching ability , I had high hopes for this book Heidegger along with a philologist Eugen Fink leading a group of students in a discussion of Heraclitus Alas, it was not to be Fink holds the floor for much of the discussion, thereby sapping much of my interest who cares what Fink thinks, let s listen to Heidegger excavate his way through the text And much of Fink s explication seems not to go very far It starts with an interesting discussion of the idea of lightning, but then the bulb seems to peter out after a bit Not only that, Heidegger seems to have trouble getting going If anything, it seems like Heidegger gets in his own way Case in point, Heidegger s pomposity shines or comes into the clearing when he refers to himself in the third person several times on p ...


  5. says:

    Heidegger s dialogic lecture style at its best, with help from Eugene Fink.

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