Феноменологические интерпретации Аристотеля (Экспозиция герменевтической ситуации).
СПб.: ИЦ Гуманитарная Академия, 2012
Phenomenological Interpretations with Respect to Aristotle. Indication of the Hermeneutical Situation.
Saint-Petersburg, Publishing House “Humanitarian Academy”, 2012
Published by: Издательство Санкт-Петербургского государственного университета
Keywords: Phenomenology; facticity; destruction; care; Being; Beingness; hermeneutic phenomenology; Aristotle
Summary/Abstract: Heidegger reads Aristotle's philosophy as the end and fulfillment of Greek thought. His work on Aristotle plays an important role in the genesis of his thought and has a formative influence on his unique understanding of phenomenology. Heidegger not only reads Aristotle as a phenomenological thinker, but also derives his own unique sense of phenomenology from his dialog with Aristotle. As in his Introduction to Being and Time, Heidegger speaks in this essay of the need for any ontologically fundamental approach to begin with a destruction of the history of philosophy. In 1922 essay was much of the philosophical vocabulary of Being and Time, words like Sorge, Besorgen, Umwelt, Umgang, Umsicht, Bedeutsamkeit, das Man, Verfallen and so on. It is the first Russian translation of Heidegger’s essay made by Artemenko N.
- Issue Year: 1/2012
- Issue No: 2
- Page Range: 309-314
- Page Count: 6
- Language: Russian