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Феноменологичното мислене: смисълът на „при“. Хайдегеровата феноменология на битието
Phenomenological Thinking: the Meaning of From. Heidegger's Phenomenology of Being

Author(s): Stefan Dimitrov
Subject(s): Philosophy, History of Philosophy, Philosophical Traditions, Phenomenology
Published by: Институтът по философия и социология при БАН
Keywords: hermeneutics; metaphysics; ontology; phenomenology

Summary/Abstract: The definition of phenomenon as the showing-itself-from-itself reveals the ontological importance of from for phenomenology. It aims to resolve the problem of the dual split of the foundation of metaphysics by proposing the ontological identity of the phenomenon, whereby it becomes a basis of phenomenological thinking. There are two conditions for the possibility of phenomenological thinking: the reduction of thought to passivity, and being itself, which is accessible in a transcendence of ontological trust. As a hermeneutic of being, phenomenology is an ontology of truth.

  • Issue Year: XXIV/2015
  • Issue No: 6
  • Page Range: 110-116
  • Page Count: 7
  • Language: Bulgarian