02.03.09 Phenom Notes

02.03.09 Phenom Notes - 02.03.09 Phenom Notes 1 pg 43...

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02.03.09 Phenom Notes 1. pg 43, destruction of the history of ontology (passage) 2. the is a self forgetfulness is what appears to be history 3. non-ontoligcal understanding of the history of philosophy 4. Historiological Understanding ; is a an understanding of history as a kind of fact history, history as something present-at-hand, to grasp them and we are concerned with what happened, opposed this historiological understanding to a historical understanding; meaning not being a slave to it but to open it up 5. pg 45. problem of temporality 6. Aletheia ; crucial notion of Heidegger a) this is his notion of truth b) Section 7 c) gives a certain etymology: uncovering an bringing things to the light d) the phenomena are not to distant but too proximate, we are buried so we don't see the worldhood of the world because you are so busy being part of the world e) hiddened and revealed which is part of his conception of truth f) truth is processive g) truth is going to be this act of uncovering things h) things being brought to light i) he links it to the famous river of forgetfulness “lethe” j) truth is unforgettting k) it is not recollection, it is so entangles in what already is forgotten the process of truth is a
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This note was uploaded on 02/01/2010 for the course PHIL 471 taught by Professor Buck during the Spring '10 term at McGill.

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02.03.09 Phenom Notes - 02.03.09 Phenom Notes 1 pg 43...

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