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Heidegger, Martin, 1889-1976
Logik. English
Logic : the question of truth / Martin Heidegger ; translated by Thomas Sheehan
English ed
Bloomington, IN : Indiana University Press, c2010
book jacket
Location Call Number Status
 3rd Floor  B3279.H48 L63 2010    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Logic
Truth
Time
Physical Description xi, 356 p. ; 25 cm
Note Fifty- three lectures delivered Nov. 5, 1925-Feb. 26, 1926 at Philipps-Universit├Ąt, Marburg, Germany
Includes bibliographical references
Contents Translator's foreword -- Introduction -- First, most literal meaning of the word "logic" -- First indication of the concept of the subject matter of "logic" -- Philosophizing logic and traditional scholastic logic -- Possibility and the being of truth in general ; Skepticism -- Outline of the course ; Bibliography -- Prolegomenon -- Psychologism: the name and the concept -- Husserl's critique of psychologism -- Some preliminaries of the critique -- Demonstration of the fundamental errors -- Presuppositions of Husserl's critique: a specific concept of truth as the guiding idea -- Roots of these presuppositions -- Anti-critical questions-the need to take the question of the essence of truth back to Aristotle -- Why must the critique of psychologism be a critique of psychology? -- What positive contribution does the phenomenological investigation of psychologism make to the question of the concept and interpretation of the phenomenon of truth? -- Connection between propositional and intuitional truth-need to return to Aristotle -- Part 1: Problem Of Truth In The Decisive Origins Of Philosophical Logic, And The Seedbed Of Traditional Logic (Focused On Aristotle) -- Place of truth, and logos (proposition) -- The basic structure of logos and the phenomenon of making sense -- As-structure of our primary way of understanding: the hermeneutical "as" -- Modification of the as-structure in the act of determining: the apophantic " as" -- Conditions of the possibility of logos being false-the question of truth -- Preparatory interpretation-Metaphysics 4 7 and 6 4, and De interpretation -- Truth and being-interpretation of Metaphysics 9 10 -- Three conditions for the possibility of a statement being false, taken in their interconnection -- Presupposition for Aristotle's interpretation of truth as the authentic determination of being -- Part 2: Radicalized Question: What Is Truth? (A Retrieval Of The Analysis Of Falsehood In Terms Of Its Ur-Temporality) -- Idea of a phenomenological chronology -- Conditions of the possibility of falsehood within the horizon of the analysis of existence -- Care as the being of existence-concern-for and concern-about, authenticity and inauthenticity -- Ur-temporality of care -- Preparatory considerations toward attaining an original understanding of time-a return to the history of the philosophical interpretation of the concept of time -- Hegel's interpretation of time in the Encyclopedia -- Influence of Aristotle on Hegel's and Bergson's interpretation of time -- Preliminary look at the meaning of time in Kant's Critique of pure reason -- Interpretation of time in the Transcendental Analytic -- Explanation of the notions "form" and "intuition" -- Constitutive moments of ordering -- Form of intuition and formal intuition -- Space and time as given infinite magnitudes; quantum and quantitas in Kant's interpretation -- Function of time in the Transcendental Logic -- Characterization of the problematic -- Question of the unity of nature -- Original a priori of all combining-the transcendental unity of apperception -- Time as the universal a priori form of all appearances -- Time as original pure self-affection -- Question about the connection between time as original self-affection and the "I think" -- Interpretation of the First Analogy of Experience in the light of our interpretation of time -- Schematism of the pure concepts of the understanding -- Sensibilization of appearances -- Sensibilization of empirical sensible concepts -- Sensibilization of pure sensible concepts -- Image and schema -- Sensibilization of the pure concepts of understanding -- Number as the schema of quantity -- Sensation as the schema of reality -- Persistence as the schema of substance -- Time-determination of the synthesis speciosa -- Now-structure that we have attained: its character of referral and of making present -- Phenomenal demonstrability and limits of Kant's interpretation of time -- Time as an existential of human existence-temporality and the structure of care -- Statement as a making-present -- Editor's afterword -- Glossaries -- Abbreviations.
Summary Overview: Martin Heidegger's 1925-26 lectures on truth and time provided much of the basis for his momentous work, Being and Time. Not published until 1976 as volume. 21 of the Complete Works, three months before Heidegger's death, this work is central to Heidegger's overall project of reinterpreting Western thought in terms of time and truth. The text shows the degree to which Aristotle underlies Heidegger's hermeneutical theory of meaning. It also contains Heidegger's first published critique of Husserl and takes major steps toward establishing the temporal bases of logic and truth. Thomas Sheehan's elegant and insightful translation offers English-speaking readers access to this fundamental text for the first time
Series Studies in Continental thought
Alternate Author Sheehan, Thomas

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