© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2009 DOI: 10.1163/187226109X12555079162759 Journal of the Philosophy of History 3 (2009) 355–384 brill.nl/jph Early Heidegger’s Concept of History in Light of the Neo-Kantians Ingo Farin University of Tasmania, Australia Ingo.Farin@utas.edu.au Abstract Th e history of Heidegger’s relationship to the neo-Kantians is still largely unwrit- ten, despite the fact that in his formative period Heidegger was very close to the neo-Kantian school, especially Windelband and Rickert, Lask and Natorp. With regard to the concept of history and the importance of historical philosophizing, it is the received view that Dilthey was early Heidegger’s main and only source of inspiration. Th is paper argues against this one-sided view by showing the histori- cal and systematic connections between early Heidegger’s views on history and the philosophy of history developed by Windelband and Rickert. Keywords philosophy of history, Dilthey, neo-Kantians, nomothetic, idiographic, Ereignis (event) Introduction It is generally accepted that we need to study Heidegger’s historical milieu, his own historical facticity and the historical-intellectual situation in which he found himself, in order to better comprehend the novel moves he injected into the “hermeneutical situation” of his time. Th is is all the more necessary as Heidegger’s own characterizations
Journal of the Philosophy of History – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2009
Keywords: EREIGNIS (EVENT); NEO-KANTIANS; PHILOSOPHY OF HISTORY; DILTHEY; NOMOTHETIC; IDIOGRAPHIC
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