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Heidegger’s Cave Being and Time on Disappearing Existentials

  • Rudi Visker
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Part of the Phaenomenologica book series (PHAE, volume 155)

Abstract

The philosopher, Heidegger says somewhere, is “the friend of Being” and he then goes on to explain that precisely because of this friendship the philosopher will have to die.

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Public Sphere Phenomenological Reduction Winter Semester Authentic Mode Existential Analysis 
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Notes

  1. 1.
    M. Heidegger, Vom Wesen der Wahrheit. Zu Piatons Höhlengleichnis und Theätet (Freiburg lectures, winter semester 1931/32), GA 34, p. 82.Google Scholar
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    M. Heidegger, Der Begriff der Zeit. Vortrag vor der Marburger Theologenschaft. Juli 1924, Max Niemeyer, Tübingen, 1989, p. 13.Google Scholar
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    A. DEwaelhens, La philosophie de Martin Heidegger, Louvain/Paris, Nauwelaerts — Béatrice Nauwelaerts, 1971, p. 115.Google Scholar
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    See especially her ‘Was ist Existenz-Philosophie?’, in H.Arendt, Sechs Essays, Heidelberg, Lambert Schneider, 1948, p. 73 and Jacques Taminiaux’s interesting remarks in his ‘Arendt, disciple de Heidegger?’, Études Phenomenologiques, 1985 (nr. 2), pp. 111-36, now extended in his La fille de Thrace et le penseur professionnel. Arendt et Heidegger, Paris, Payot, 1992.Google Scholar
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    M. Heidegger, ‘Phänomenologische Interpretationen zu Aristoteles (Anzeige der hermeneutischen Situation)’ (1922), Dilthey-Jahrbuch, 1989 (6), p. 238.Google Scholar
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    See his paper on ‘Moral Identity and Private Autonomy’ published in the second volume of his Philosophical Papers: Essays on Heidegger and Others, Cambridge U.P., 1991, pp. 193 ff.Google Scholar
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    ‘Philosophie als Überwindung der “Naivität”’, in E. FINK, Nähe und Distanz. Phänomenologische Vorträge und Aufsätze, Freiburg/München, Alber, 1976, p. 116.Google Scholar
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    J. Derrida, ‘Introduction’, in E. Husserl, L’origine de la géométrie, Paris, P.U.F., 1974, p. 98.Google Scholar
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    I owe this play on ontology/otology to J. Derrida’s Otobiographies. L’enseignement de Nietzsche et la politique du nom propre, Paris, Galilée, 1984. At the time of writing this paper I was not yet familiar with Derrida’s own analysis of “Heidegger’s ear” (now published as ‘L’oreille de Heidegger. Philopolémologie (Geschlecht IV)’ in J. Derrida, Politiques de l’amitié, Paris, Galilée, 1994, pp. 341-419). But I may have been influenced by Derrida since I heard (if ‘heard’ is the correct term for what happens to one’s ears during a four and a half hour conference) the 1989 lecture at the University of Loyola (Chicago) which formed the basis of what he published now.Google Scholar
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    Cf. J. Derrida, Ulysse gramophone. Deux mots pour Joyce, Paris, Galilée, 1987, p. 89 (“téléphone intérieur”).Google Scholar
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    J. Derrida, De la grammatologie, Paris, Minuit, 1967, p. 33. Dasein, as one will remember, is both what calls and what is called in the voice of conscience (320/275).Google Scholar
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    Ibid., p. 36.Google Scholar
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    For Husserl’s views on linguistic incarnation and its role for the constitution of ideality, see Derrida’s ‘Introduction’ to Husserl’s ‘Origin of geometry’ (l.c., pp. 86-7).Google Scholar
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    La philosophie de Martin Heidegger, o.c., p. 194 n4.Google Scholar
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    ‘Phenomenological Reduction and the Double Life of the Subject’, in Th. Kisiel — J. VANburen (eds.), Reading Heidegger from the Start. Essays in his Earliest Thought, Albany, SUNY, 1994, p. 259.Google Scholar
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    M. Heidegger, The End of Philosophy and the Task of Thinking’, in ID., Basic Writings, New York, Harper & Row, 1977, p. 390.Google Scholar
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    M. Heidegger, Grundfragen der Philosophie. Ausgewählte “Probleme” der “Logik” (Freiburg Lectures, winter semester, 1937/38), GA 45, p. 147.Google Scholar
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    My attention was drawn to this passage by a footnote in E. Tugendhat’s Der Wahrheitsbegriff bei Husserl und Heidegger, Berlin, W. de Gruyter, 1970, p. 316.Google Scholar

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