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The Place of Hegel in Heidegger's Being and Time

The Place of Hegel in Heidegger's Being and Time 159 The Place of Hegel in Heidegger's Being and Time PARVIS EMAD De Paul University "Die Philosophic des lebendigen Geistes, der tatvollen Liebe, der verehrenden Gottinnigkeit ... steht vor der grossen Aufgabe einer prinzipiellen Auseinandersetzung ... mit Hegel." M. Heidegger, Fruhe Schriften, p. 352. Just as Heidegger's philosophy did not take the course described at the very end of his Habilitationsschrift, so also the planned confrontation with Hegel failed to materialize in the form of a single penetrating analysis of Hegel's philosophy. Instead, Heidegger wrote, over many years, several pieces of varying scope on this philosopher each of which brought into focus certain novel and unorthodox theses on Hegel. While it is rather easy to see that these theses vary from work to work (contrast, for example, Heidegger's position on Hegel in Being and Time, his stance on the Phenomenology of Spirit, and his final locating of Hegel at the end of metaphysics), it is not easy to see the continuity between these theses. And yet, regardless of how one manages to perceive this continuity, there is no denying that these various positions on Hegel are justified by and reflect Heidegger's own proximity to the matter for thinking. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Research in Phenomenology Brill

The Place of Hegel in Heidegger's Being and Time

Research in Phenomenology , Volume 13 (1): 159 – Jan 1, 1983

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Brill
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© 1983 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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0085-5553
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1569-1640
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10.1163/156916483X00098
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159 The Place of Hegel in Heidegger's Being and Time PARVIS EMAD De Paul University "Die Philosophic des lebendigen Geistes, der tatvollen Liebe, der verehrenden Gottinnigkeit ... steht vor der grossen Aufgabe einer prinzipiellen Auseinandersetzung ... mit Hegel." M. Heidegger, Fruhe Schriften, p. 352. Just as Heidegger's philosophy did not take the course described at the very end of his Habilitationsschrift, so also the planned confrontation with Hegel failed to materialize in the form of a single penetrating analysis of Hegel's philosophy. Instead, Heidegger wrote, over many years, several pieces of varying scope on this philosopher each of which brought into focus certain novel and unorthodox theses on Hegel. While it is rather easy to see that these theses vary from work to work (contrast, for example, Heidegger's position on Hegel in Being and Time, his stance on the Phenomenology of Spirit, and his final locating of Hegel at the end of metaphysics), it is not easy to see the continuity between these theses. And yet, regardless of how one manages to perceive this continuity, there is no denying that these various positions on Hegel are justified by and reflect Heidegger's own proximity to the matter for thinking.

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Research in PhenomenologyBrill

Published: Jan 1, 1983

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