Heidegger and Merleau-Ponty: Interpreting Hegel

Heidegger and Merleau-Ponty: Interpreting Hegel 209 Heidegger and Merleau-Ponty: Interpreting Hegel HUGH J. SILVERMAN State University of New York at Stony Brook In the last year of his life, Merleau-Ponty taught a course at the College de France entitled "Philosophy and Non-Philosophy since Hegel." These reflections, which have recently been published offer interpretations of Hegel and Marx. The first part of the study focuses on the celebrated "Introduction" to Hegel's Phenomenology of Mind. Curiously, however, Merleau-Ponty did not turn directly to the Hegelian text itself. Rather he worked out of Heidegger's essay "Hegel's Concept of Experience" which is collected in Holzwege but published for English-speaking readers as a separate volume.2 Heidegger divides Hegel's "Introduction" into sixteen numbered paragraphs and comments upon each one in turn.3 According to Heidegger, the 1807 title of the Phenomenology of Mind, i.e., "Science of the "Experience of Consciousness," represents "experience" as the fundamental concern of 'Maurice Merleau-Ponty, "Philosophy and Non-Philosophy Since Hegel," trans. Hugh J. Silverman, Telos, no. 29 (Fall 1976), pp. 43-105. The original French, edited by Claude Lefort, appeared in Textures, no. 8-9 (1974) and no. 10-11 (1975). 2Martin Heidegger, "Hegels Begriff der Erfahrung" in Holzwege (Frankfurt: Klostermann, 1950), pp. 105-192. The French translation by Wolfgang http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Research in Phenomenology Brill

Heidegger and Merleau-Ponty: Interpreting Hegel

Research in Phenomenology, Volume 7 (1): 209 – Jan 1, 1977

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209 Heidegger and Merleau-Ponty: Interpreting Hegel HUGH J. SILVERMAN State University of New York at Stony Brook In the last year of his life, Merleau-Ponty taught a course at the College de France entitled "Philosophy and Non-Philosophy since Hegel." These reflections, which have recently been published offer interpretations of Hegel and Marx. The first part of the study focuses on the celebrated "Introduction" to Hegel's Phenomenology of Mind. Curiously, however, Merleau-Ponty did not turn directly to the Hegelian text itself. Rather he worked out of Heidegger's essay "Hegel's Concept of Experience" which is collected in Holzwege but published for English-speaking readers as a separate volume.2 Heidegger divides Hegel's "Introduction" into sixteen numbered paragraphs and comments upon each one in turn.3 According to Heidegger, the 1807 title of the Phenomenology of Mind, i.e., "Science of the "Experience of Consciousness," represents "experience" as the fundamental concern of 'Maurice Merleau-Ponty, "Philosophy and Non-Philosophy Since Hegel," trans. Hugh J. Silverman, Telos, no. 29 (Fall 1976), pp. 43-105. The original French, edited by Claude Lefort, appeared in Textures, no. 8-9 (1974) and no. 10-11 (1975). 2Martin Heidegger, "Hegels Begriff der Erfahrung" in Holzwege (Frankfurt: Klostermann, 1950), pp. 105-192. The French translation by Wolfgang

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