CONTENTS OF FASC. 1—2

ΔΙΑΤΡΙΒΑΙ • ESSAYS AND CONTRIBUTIONS

Miriam Metze

UNIVERSITY OF VIENNA

APOPHANTISCHE TAUTOPHASIS

EINE QUERLESUNG VON HEIDEGGERS ZEIT UND SEIN
UND EINIGEN BESONDERHEITEN DER HEBRÄISCHEN GRAMMATIK
A CROSS-READING OF HEIDEGGER'S ZEIT UND SEIN
WITH RESPECT TO PECULIARITIES
OF THE HEBREW LANGUAGE

ABSTRACT / 2
 

1. EINLEITENDE WORTE / 3
 

2. יש UND »ES GIBT« / 5

2.1. HINFÜHRUNGEN / 5

2.2 VON DEN ZWEI SUBJEKTEN / 6

2.3 »ES GIBT« / 7

2.4 VON DER ZEITIGUNG DER GABE / 9

2.4.1 ΠΑΡ-ΟΥΣΙΑ / 10

2.4.2 DIE GABE / 12

2.4.3 DAS AN-WÄHREN:
DER MENSCH ALS ANGEGANGENER / 13
 

3 DAS TETRAGRAMMATON יהוה / 15

3.1 »ADONAJ« / 15

3.2 ΑΠΟΦΑΝΣΙΣ / 16

3.3 AUSLEGUNG DES GOTTESNAMENS:
אהיה אשר אהיה / 18

3.3.1 DAS WERDEN GOTTES / 18

3.3.2 TAUTOPHASIS / 21
 

4. RÉSUMÉ / 24

1 - 24

 

Andreas Woyke

INSTITUT FÜR PHILOSOPHIE
TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITÄT DARMSTADT

DAS VERHÄLTNIS

VON VERNUNFT, MORAL UND GLÜCK

IN DER STOISCHEN PHILOSOPHIE

1. EINLEITENDE BETRACHTUNGEN / 31

2. ALLEIN DAS SITTLICH GUTE IST GUT / 35

3. DAS GLÜCK DES STOISCHEN WEISEN IST
UNANTASTBAR UND UNVERLIERBAR / 38

4. DISZIPLINIERUNG DES URTEILENS / 39

5. DISZIPLINIERING DES BEGEHRENS / 42

6. DISZIPLINIERUNG DES HANDELNS /46

7. VERGLEICH MIT ANDERN ANTIKEN
GLÜCKSLEHREN / 48

31 - 52

 

Ulrich Hoyer

PHILOSOPHISCHES SEMINAR
DER WESTFÄLISCHEN WILHELMS-UNIVERSITÄT MÜNSTER

ÜBER
DIE WAHRSCHEINLICHKEITSTHERORETISCHE
LÖSUNG DES QUANTENRÄTSELS

EINLEITUNG / 53

DER LIOUVILLESCHE SATZ / 54

DIE ZEITABHÄNGIGE SCHRÖDINGERGLEICHUNG /56

DIE ZEITUNABHÄNGIGE SCHRÖDINGERGLEICHUNG / 57

DIE MAXWELL-BOLTZMANN-VERTEILUNG / 58

SCHLUSS / 59

 

53 - 60

 

Ulrich Hoyer

PHILOSOPHISCHES SEMINAR
DER WESTFÄLISCHEN WILHELMS-UNIVERSITÄT MÜNSTER

ÜBER
DEN ZUSAMMENHANG
DER GRAVITATIONSTHEORIE
MIT DER QUANTENTHEORIE

61 - 64

 

Robert E. Doud

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES
PASADENA CITY COLLEGE, PASADENA, CALIFORNIA

CARING RESTRAINT
AND POETIC THINKING
IN T.S. ELIOT AND
IN HEIDEGGER

I. NAMES AND WAYS / 67

II. THE GODDESS CARE IN ANCIENT MYTH / 72

III. CARE, BEING AND MOOD / 73

IV. DASEIN, DEATH AND DARKNESS / 76

V. DWELLING AND THINKING POETICALLY / 79

VI. FURTHER FEATURES SHARED IN COMMON / 82

VII. REDEMPTION AND RELEASEMENT / 84

VIII. GROUNDEDNESS AND THE INNER POEM / 85

ABSTRACT / 88

 

65 - 88

 

James M. Magrini

HUMANITIES & SPEECH COMMUNICATION DIVISION,
PHILOSOPHY, COLLEGE OF DUPAGE,
GLEN ELLYN,ILLINOIS

A PHENOMENOLOGICAL VISION
OF SOCRATIC EDUCATION

FACILITATING AN ETHICAL DISPOSITION
AS «CARE FOR THE SOUL» THROUGH
THE PRACTICE OF DIALECTIC

INTRODUCTION / 89

1. THE ETHICAL CHARACTER AND THE «ΠΑΘΟΣ OF TRUTH»
THE MORAL PROBLEM OF EPISTEMOLOGICAL ARROGANCE / 92

2. THE TRADITIONAL ANALYSIS OF SOCRATIC EDUCATION
PROBLEMS WITH THE DOCTRINAL READING OF PLATO'S SOCRATES / 95

3. THE «ΠΑΘΟΣ OF TRUTH» IN THE EUTYPHRO AND APOLOGY / 101

4. SOCRATIC EDUCATION AND THE DEVELOPMENT
OF AN ETHICAL DISPOSITION / 108

5. SOCRATIC RESONATIONS
THE ABSENCE OF ΠΑΘΟΣ AND DIFFICULTY
IN CONTEMPORARY EDUCATION / 121

ABSTRACT / 126

89 - 126

 

Philipp W. Rosemann

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY
UNIVERSITY OF DALLAS, IRVING, TEXAS

«TELL ME HOW YOU READ,
AND I WILL TELL YOU WHO YOU ARE»
HUMAN SUBJECTIVITY
IN THE DIGITAL AGE

I. FROM MONASTIC TO SCHOLASTIC READING / 128

II. READING THE DIGITAL PAGE / 131

III. EXTERIORIZATION AND ALIENATION / 134

IV. OBJECTLESSNESS / 138

V. CONCLUSION /140

127 - 140

 

Alexander Pigalev

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY
VOLGOGRAD STATE UNIVERSITY, VOLGOGRAD, RUSSIA

THE OVERCOMING OF ARISTOTELIANISM
BY THE NOMINALIST MOVEMENT
AS A PREREQUSITE
FOR MODERNITY

1. INTRODUCTION / 141

2. NOMINALISM
AGAINST THE ARISTOTELIAN MEDIATING PATTERN / 146

3. ON THE ACCESSIBILITY OF
THE TOP OF METAPHYSICAL HIERARCHY / 153

4. THE YOKE OF COERCIVE UNIFICATION
IN PLATO'S METAPHYSICS / 162

5. THE PROBLEM OF GOD'S OMNIPOTENCE
IN NOMINALISM / 173

6. ARISTOTELIANISM
UP AGAINST THE SOCIALISATION OF INDIVIDUALS / 178

7. CONCLUSION / 183

141 - 185

 

Joachin Trujillo

HELLAS INVESTMENT GROUP
TUSCON, ARIZONA
AND KASTELLA,
PIRAEUS, GREECE

FRANKL'S HERMENEUTICS

I. THE TO-BE-THOUGHT
OF AWARENESS, MEANINGFULNESS, AND VALUES
IN FRANKL'S HERMENEUTICS / 187

1. REVIEW OF FRANKL'S HERMENEUTICS / 189

2. AWARENESS / 192

3. MEANINGFULNESS / 196

4. VALUES / 199

5. STANDARD OF CARE / 203

II. THE MEANING OF THE «SELF»
IN FRANKL'S HERMENEUTICS / 206

1. PHENOMENAL MEANINGS AND VALUES /209

2. THE «SELF» AND MEANINGFULNESS / 213

ABSTRACT / 220

187 - 220

 

ΚΡΙΤΙΚΗ ΒΙΒΛΙΩΝ • REVIEWS

András Gausz

LEHRSTUHL FÜR PHILOSOPHIE
GEISTWISSENSCHAFTLICHE FAKULTÄT
UNIVERSITÄT SZEGED
UNGARN

THEORIE IN DER PRAXIS

1. DAS SUCHEN / 222

2. PRAXIS / 223

3. DIE WELT / 225

4. MENSCHHEIT, LASS DICH FINDEN! / 227

5. COURAGE / 227

6. SCHLUSS / 229

221 - 229

 

 

 

CONTENTS OF FASC. 3—4

ΔΙΑΤΡΙΒΑΙ • ESSAYS & CONTRIBUTIONS

John van Buren

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY
FORDHAM UNIVERSITY, NEW YORK

ARISTOTLE LUTHER HEIDEGGER
TRAVELLING A FORGOTTEN PATH OF
THOUGHT

I. HEIDEGGER'S TURN TO LUTHER
AND ORIGINAL CHRISTIANITY / 259

II. LUTHER'S DESTRUCTIO
OF ARISTOTELIAN SCOLASTICISM / 264

III. HEIDEGGER'S LUTHERIAN-ARISTOTELIAN PATH
OF THOUGHT / 270

257 - 274

 

Lawrence K. Schmidt

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY
HENDRIX COLLEGE, CORNWAY, ARKANSAS

QUESTIONING
HEIDEGGER'S ANALYSIS
OF TECHNOLOGY

I. AN ESSENCE OF MODERN TECHNOLOGY? / 275

II. A YES AND NO TO ACTION? / 281

275 - 287

 

Douglas F. Peduti

PHILOSOPHY DEPARTMENT, FAIRFELD UNIVERSITY
FAIRFELD, CONNECTICUT

THE VALIDITY OF
HERMENEUTICS AND HEIDEGGER

INTRODUCTION / 292

I. PHENOMENOLOGICAL HERMENEUTICS /293

II. COMPARED: ΨΥΧΗ AND DASEIN / 303

III. CRITICISM AS HERMENEUTICS OF SUSPICION / 305

CONCLUSION / 310

ABSTRACT / 311

289 - 312

 

Miles Groth

DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY, WAGNER COLLEGE
STATEN ISLAND, NEW YORK

ART AND EMPTINESS
HEIDEGGER AND CHILLIDA
ON SPACE AND PLACE

INTRODUCTION / 321

I. EDUARDO CHILLIDA / 324

II. «ART AND SPACE» / 325

III. ART, WORLD, AND TRUTH / 336

IV. HEIDEGGER AND CHILLIDA:
PLACE AND DIMENSION / 344

319 - 346

 

Robert E. Doud

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES
PASADENA CITY COLLEGE, PASADENA, CALIFORNIA

WALLACE STEVENS'
SUPREME FICTION
AND
HEIDEGGER'S
LAST GOD

I. THE LAST GOD AND THE FUTURE ONES / 349

II. STEVENS' POEMS AND PROSE / 352

III. GOD «NOTES» AND THE IMAGINATION / 354

IV. NUMINOUS EPISTEMOLOGY / 357

V. NATURAL THEOLOGY / 360

VI. «NEW HEAVEN» AND THE VULGATE / 362

VII. REALITY IS THE BEGINNIG / 365

VIII. ORDINARY OR EXTRAORDINARY? / 366

IX. PROFESSOR EUCALYPTUS / 368

X. CLEARING AND OUTPOURING / 371

IX. TREES AND SEASONS / 373

ABSTRACT / 375

347 - 376

 

Frank Shallow

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY
UNIVERSITY OF NEW ORLEANS, NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA

BETWEEN LAW AND LAWLESSNESS
ON THE CUSP OF HEIDEGGER'S
BEING-HISTORICAL THINKING

PART I. HERMENEUTIC GUIDELINES
AND THE CRITIQUE OF THE WESTERN NOTION OF LAW / 391

PART II. THE ANCIENT UNDERSTANDING OF LAW / 394

PART III. MEASURE AND MEASURE-SETTING / 399

PART IV. THE TEMPORAL PREDICATES OF THE LAW
(LANGUAGE AND SCHEMA) / 401

PART V. CONCLUSION / 405

ABSTRACT / 408

387 - 409

 

Bernhard Radloff

DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH
UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA

MACHINATION
AND THE OCCUPATION
OF GERMANY IN HEIDEGGER'S
«BLACK NOTEBOOKS»

411 - 463

 

Robert E. Wood

INSTITUTE OF PHILOSOPHIC STUDIES
UNIVERSITY OF DALLAS, TEXAS

THE COSMOS HAS AN INSIDE

465 - 480

 

Hye Young Kim

THE KOREAN STUDIES
DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY AND CULTURAL STUDIES,
AT THE FREE UNIVERSITY OF BERLIN

PHENOMENOLOGY AND TIME
AN ANALYSIS OF TEMPORALITY
IN BERGSON, HUSSERL
AND HEIDEGGER

1. THE SUBJECT OF THE ACT / 482

1.1 CONDUCTOR OF PERCEPTION / 482

1.2 BEWUSSTSEIN-VON-ETWAS / 483

1.3 EXISTENTIAL UNDERSTANDING OF DASEIN / 483

2. THE PAST / 484

2.1 MEMORY / 484

2.2 RETENTION / 485

2.3 GEWESENHEIT / 486

3. THE PRESENT AND THE FUTURE / 487

4. THE STRUCTURE OF TIME / 488

5. PHENOMENOLOGY AND TIME / 492

ABSTRACT / 493

481 - 493