U źródeł Seinsfrage. Martina Heideggera Pytanie i sąd
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ON THE ORIGIN OF SEINSFRAGE – MARTIN HEIDEGGER’S FRAGE UND URTEIL
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This paper presents the beginnings (1912–1916) of Heidegger’s philosophy from the perspective of his early interest in the issue of question as such. The result of this focus was Heidegger’s little-known lecture delivered in 1915 at Heinrich Rickert’s seminar, entitled Frage und Urteil (Question and judgment). Without going into the details of Heidegger’s presentation, the present paper gives a broad introduction to the issues discussed there. It does this in several steps. First, it considers the spiritual motives of Heidegger’s interest in logic. Second, it attempts to systematize Heidegger’s early views on logic and its subject. Third, it draws attention to the importance and development of Heidegger’s phenomenologica of questions. Fourth, it points out that Heidegger’s interest in the question as such is closely linked with numerous (in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century) attempts to consider the problem of question in the framework of the philosophical study of the essence of cognition and being. These four issues create a starting point for understanding the specifics of Heidegger’s question of being.
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