Subject, Dasein, and Disclosure

Subject, Dasein, and Disclosure 183 Subject, Dasein, and Disclosure Friedrich-Wilhelm von Herrmann. Subjekt und Dasein: Interpretationen zu ''Sein und Zeit. '' Vittorio Klostermann, Frankfurt a. M., 1974. 91 pages. Walter Biemel. Martin Heidegger in Selbstzeugnissen und Bilddokumenten. Rowohlt Taschenbuch Verlag, 1973. 178 pages. These two recent publications in German offer a fundamental contribu- tion to the continual and necessary task of interpreting Heidegger's works of thinking. The contribution lies primarily in the seriousness with which Walter Biemel and Friedrich-Wilhelm von Herrmann take Heidegger's words and try to understand what is unfolded in them: Biemel's and von Herrmann's works are attempts at bringing our thinking to the matter at issue in Heidegger's thinking. Far from taking issue with Heidegger, both of these thinkers carefully heed the possibility that the difficulty in understanding Heidegger's thinking lies, not with Heidegger's words-as if he were deliberately unclear and obscure or had himself merely not understood the matter fully-but rather in the subject matter itself as well as in our own propensity toward overlooking what is at issued With this careful attending to what is at issue-letting the difficulty for our thinking rest in the matter for thinking and not in Heidegger's "obscurity" or "short-sightedness"-both Biemel and http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Research in Phenomenology Brill

Subject, Dasein, and Disclosure

Research in Phenomenology, Volume 5 (1): 183 – Jan 1, 1975

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183 Subject, Dasein, and Disclosure Friedrich-Wilhelm von Herrmann. Subjekt und Dasein: Interpretationen zu ''Sein und Zeit. '' Vittorio Klostermann, Frankfurt a. M., 1974. 91 pages. Walter Biemel. Martin Heidegger in Selbstzeugnissen und Bilddokumenten. Rowohlt Taschenbuch Verlag, 1973. 178 pages. These two recent publications in German offer a fundamental contribu- tion to the continual and necessary task of interpreting Heidegger's works of thinking. The contribution lies primarily in the seriousness with which Walter Biemel and Friedrich-Wilhelm von Herrmann take Heidegger's words and try to understand what is unfolded in them: Biemel's and von Herrmann's works are attempts at bringing our thinking to the matter at issue in Heidegger's thinking. Far from taking issue with Heidegger, both of these thinkers carefully heed the possibility that the difficulty in understanding Heidegger's thinking lies, not with Heidegger's words-as if he were deliberately unclear and obscure or had himself merely not understood the matter fully-but rather in the subject matter itself as well as in our own propensity toward overlooking what is at issued With this careful attending to what is at issue-letting the difficulty for our thinking rest in the matter for thinking and not in Heidegger's "obscurity" or "short-sightedness"-both Biemel and

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