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2005 | 4(94) | 9-28
Article title

Space language in Heidegger, part 1

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PL
Abstracts
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The article analyses the Heidegger works with regard to their significance for phenomenology of space. Heidegger outlined certain concepts for pregeometric meaning of space. At the same time, however, by means of his works in their entirety, he has reached beyond the phenomenological issue of source experience of spatiality, thus creating an entirely new philosophy of space. The issue of space is there in the centre of his philosophy of being. On the one hand, the thinking of the truth of being determines the space anew, whilst on the other, space becomes of essence for a new non-metaphysical way of speaking about being. The present article shows in what a way Heidegger radically changed the philosophical thinking about space. In our contemporary times, physical sciences have assumed revolutionary approaches in their concepts of time and space. So has philosophy, and completely independently so. Heidegger has reached beyond the Cartesian stretch or extent, as well as beyond the Kantian notion of an a-priori form of insight into things.
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9-28
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ARTICLE
Contributors
  • H. Buczynska-Garewicz, Holy Cross College ,Worcester, Mass. USA
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05PLAAAA00541381
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.fd47fd7c-16fd-3d9f-b49a-67afe416ee62
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