Between Ethics and Pure Philosophy. Response to Daniela Vallega-Neu and Miguel De Beistegui

Between Ethics and Pure Philosophy. Response to Daniela Vallega-Neu and Miguel De Beistegui BETWEEN ETHICS AND PURE PHILOSOPHY. RESPONSE TO DANIELA VALLEGA - NEU AND MIGUEL DE BEISTEGUI by PETER WARNEK University of Oregon I would like to show how both papers can be heard addressing the same question. To say this, however, is to say also that each paper takes up this same in its own unique way and thus comes to articulate a distinctly di V erent reservation, even if tentatively and cautiously, with regard to Heidegger’s thinking in Contributions . Both papers present strong and decisive interpretations that draw out important connections between Contributions and Being and Time . They show how this later work grows out of, and yet entails a thorough transformation of, the earlier project. In each case, Heidegger’s word and thought is opened up by being submitted to a kind of repetition and translation; in each case, this is carried out by thematizing and pursuing a certain delim- ited question that is established in advance and that guides the inquiry. On the one hand, there is the “ethical” concern with the theme of the decision over beyng’s historicality; on the other hand, there is the question of da-sein as the being that both transcendentally http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Research in Phenomenology Brill

Between Ethics and Pure Philosophy. Response to Daniela Vallega-Neu and Miguel De Beistegui

Research in Phenomenology, Volume 33 (1): 264 – Jan 1, 2003

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BETWEEN ETHICS AND PURE PHILOSOPHY. RESPONSE TO DANIELA VALLEGA - NEU AND MIGUEL DE BEISTEGUI by PETER WARNEK University of Oregon I would like to show how both papers can be heard addressing the same question. To say this, however, is to say also that each paper takes up this same in its own unique way and thus comes to articulate a distinctly di V erent reservation, even if tentatively and cautiously, with regard to Heidegger’s thinking in Contributions . Both papers present strong and decisive interpretations that draw out important connections between Contributions and Being and Time . They show how this later work grows out of, and yet entails a thorough transformation of, the earlier project. In each case, Heidegger’s word and thought is opened up by being submitted to a kind of repetition and translation; in each case, this is carried out by thematizing and pursuing a certain delim- ited question that is established in advance and that guides the inquiry. On the one hand, there is the “ethical” concern with the theme of the decision over beyng’s historicality; on the other hand, there is the question of da-sein as the being that both transcendentally

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