FRG7.docx - Luis Quevedo Philosophy 101.01 Fall 2019 FRG#7 1 According to Heidegger thrownness describes human existence as “being thrown into the

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Luis Quevedo Philosophy 101.01 Fall 2019 FRG #7 1. According to Heidegger, thrownness describes human existence as “being thrown into the world” He also says that thrownness “belongs to an entity which in each case is its possibilities and is them in such a way that it understands itself in these possibilities and in terms of them, projecting itself upon them” (Pg. 225) 2. The phenomena that Heidegger claims are founded upon the basic existential phenomenon of care are will, wish, addiction, and urge. According to Heidegger, care cannot be derived from either of the phenomena, since they are founded upon care (Pg. 227) 3. Heidegger claims that when Dasein flees, it is fleeing “in the face of itself” and also claims that Dasein is not bringing itself face to face with itself, but rather it “turns away
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Unformatted text preview: from itself in accordance to its own inertia of falling” (Pg. 229) 4. According to Heidegger, that in the face of which one has anxiety is not an entity within the world, so it is “incapable of having an involvement” (Pg. 231). He also says that it is characterized by the fact that what threatens is nowhere, meaning that anxiety “does not know” what that in the face of which it is anxious is (Pg. 231) 5. According to Heidegger, when Dasein understands uncanniness in the everyday manner, it does so by “turning away from it in falling” (Pg. 234). In this “turning away”, the “not-at-home” component of uncanniness gets turned down (pg. 234). 1...
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