CONTENTS OF FASC. 1—2

ΔΙΑΤΡΙΒΑΙ • ESSAYS AND CONTRIBUTIONS

Rolf Kühn

ARBEITSBEREICH CHRISTLICHE RELIGIONSPHILOSOPHIE,
THEOLOGISCHE FAKULTÄT DER ALBERT-LUDWIGS-UNIVERSITÄT
FREIBURG-IM-BREISGAU

DIMENSIONEN DES AUFMERKSAMKEITSBEGRIFFS
NACH SIMONE WEIL IN CARTESIANISCHER
UND PHÄNOMENOLIGISCHER TRADITION

1. RENÉ DESCARTES / 2

2. NICHOLAS MALEBRANCHE / 4

3. MAINE DE BIRAN / 6

4. SIMONE WEIL / 9

5. HUSSERL
UND DIE NEUERE
PHÄNOMENOLOGIE / 16

6. ETHISCH-KULTURELLE
»AUFMERKSAMKEIT FÜR DAS LEBEN«
HEUTE / 20

 

1 - 26

 

Andreas Woyke

INSTITUT FÜR PHILOSOPHIE
TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITÄT DARMSTADT

INTERPRETATIONEN
ZUM ARISTOTELISCHEN VERSTÄNDNIS
DER ZEIT

1. EINLEITUNG / 33

2. APORIEN DER ZEITLEHRE / 34

3. ZEIT UND BEWEGUNG / 38

4. DER »ZAHN DER ZEIT« / 49

5. ZEIT UND SEELE / 52

6. ZUSAMMENFASSUNG /57

 

33 - 58

 

Miriam Metze

UNIVERSITÄT WIEN

AUF DER SUCHE NACH RETTENDEM
ETHISCH-POLITISCHE IMPLIKATIONEN DER PHILOSOPHIE
GIORGIO AGAMBENS IM DIALOG MIT MARTIN HEIDEGGERS
»HUMANISMUS«-BRIEF UND DEM SPIEGEL-INTERVIEW

1. PHILOSOPHIE ALS RATGEBERIN? / 63

1.1 STOSSRICHTUNGEN DER ARBEIT / 65

1.2 VORGEHEN / 68

2. WAS IST DER MENSCH ... NICHT ? / 68

2.1 ETHICA MORE AUSCHWITZ DEMONSTRATA / 68

2.2 MENSCHEN – RECHTE / 70

2.3 POTENZ / 71

3. ANALYSEN VON HEIDEGGER UND AGAMBEN / 73

3.1. »WANN SCHREIBEN SIE EINE ETHIK?« / 74

3.2. DAS NICHT TUN / 75

3.3. DER DRITTE WEG / 77

4. RETTUNG / 79

4.1. ZUM BEGRIFF / 79

4.2. RENDERE INOPEROSO – DIE PROFANIERUNG / 83

4.3. ἮΘΟΣ / 86

5. ABZWEIGUNGEN / 91

 

63 - 94

 

András Gausz

LEHRSTUHL FÜR PHILOSOPHIE
GEISTESWISSENSCHAFTLICHE FAKULTÄT
UNIVERSITÄT SZEGED, UNGARN

DIE GEMEINSCHAFT

1. ÜBERLEGUNGEN / 111

1.1. »IN-SEIN« / 111

1.2. REDEN UND SCHWEIGEN / 114

1.3. ETWAS WIRD OFFEN HERAUSGESAGT /114

1.4. BEISPIEL / 116

2. FEREMDEN IN ENTFREMDUNG
EIN VORTRAG / 118

2.1. AUFFÜHRUNG / 118

2.2. UMGRENZUNG / 118

2.3. INMITTEN DER ENTFREMDUNG / 121

2.4. DIE FREMDEN / 122

2.5. BEWEGUNGEN / 124

2.6. DIE GEWICHTIGKEIT DER WORTE / 125

3. UNTER GELEHRTEN / 126

3.1. PRIORITÄTEN / 126

3.2. AUS DER SPUR GERATEN / 128

 

111 - 131

 

Ulrich Hoyer

PHILOSOPHISCHES SEMINAR
DER WESTFÄLISCHEN WILHELMS-UNIVERSITÄT MÜNSTER

EUKLIDISCHE VERSUS NICHT-EUKLIDISCHE GEOMETRIE
DIE SÄKULARE DREHNUNG DES MERKURPERIHELS
IN DER VERALLGEMEINERTEN GRAVITATIONSTHEORIE

1. DIE VERALLGEMEINERTE GRAVITATIONSTHEORIE / 139

2. GRAVITATION UND KOSMOS / 141

3. DIE SÄKULARE DREHUNG DES MERKURPERIHELS / 142

SCHLUSS / 145

SUMMARY / 145

 

139-145

 

Robert E. Doud

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

RESTRAINT AND RETICENCE
IN MARIANNE MOOREʼS POETRY
AND IN HEIDEGGERʼS POETICS

I. HEIDEGGERʼS PHILOSOPHY AND MOOREʼS POETICS / 149

II. EARTH AND WORLD, NATURE AND CULTURE /152

III. THE GODS WITHDRAW, BEING HIDES, THE LAST GOD COMES / 155

IV. SECRETS AND HIDDENNESS IN MOOREʼS POETRY AND POETICS / 157

V. MARRIAGE, THE MIND AND EXOTIC FAUNA / 161

VI. THE MIND, POETRY AND STEADFASTNESS / 165

VII. RACEHORSES AND REINDEER / 169

ABSTRACT / 171

 

147 - 172

 

Gary R. Brown

INSTITUTE OF PHILOSOPHIC STUDIES
UNIVERSITY OF DALLAS, TEXAS

BEING CHANGED HUMAN AND ONTOLOGICAL
TRANSFORMATION

SECTION ONE
INTRODUCTION / 176

SECTION TWO
RILKEʼS IMPROVISED POEM / 179

SECTION THREE
RELATION OF THIS POEM TO THE DESTINY OF BEING / 183

SECTION FOUR
CAN SUCH OPPOSITES MEET? / 187

ABSTRACT / 192

 

173 - 192

 

Joaquin Trujillo

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

DEATH, NEUROSIS, AND THE STRUGGLE-TO-MEANING:
A HERMENEUTIC ANALYSIS OF THE EVERYDAY
COMPREHENSION OF DEATH

1. INTRODUCTION / 193

2. REVIEW OF LOGOTHERAPY / 194

3. APPROACH, SAMPLE, AND QUESTIONS / 200

4. RESPONSES / 202

QUESTION ONE
«WHAT IS TIME AND WHAT DOES TIME MEAN TO YOU?» / 202

QUESTION TWO
«HAS YOUR SENSE OF TIME CHANGE AS YOU HAVE AGED?» / 204

QUESTION THREE
«WHAT IS DEATH?» / 207

QUESTION FOUR
«IS THERE A RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DEATH AND TIME?» / 208

QUESTION FIVE
«WHAT IS NOTHING?» / 210

QUESTION SIX
«IS THERE A RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DEATH AND NOTHING?» / 210

5. STATISTICAL ANALYSIS / 212

6. HERMENEUTIC ANALYSIS / 217

7. CONCERN AND THE REPULSION TO DEATH / 221

8. NEUROSIS AND THE STRUGGLE-TO-MEANING / 224

ABSTRACT / 229

193 - 230

 

Joaquin Trujillo

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

THE THINKING OF SpaceX/TESLA CEO
ELON MUSK

1. BIOGRAPHY / 231

2. QUESTION / 233

3. METHODOLOGICAL REMARKS / 234

4. THINKING, DOING, AND SAYING / 237

4.1. SpaceX / 237

4.2. TESLA / 239

4.3. MISSIONS / 240

5. ANALYSIS / 241

6. INABIDING TRUTH AND MEANING / 243

7. THINKING ISOMORPHICALLY / 246

8. EQUIFINALITY / 254

ABSTRACT / 260

231 - 261

 

 

CONTENTS OF FASC. 3—4

ΔΙΑΤΡΙΒΑΙ • ESSAYS & CONTRIBUTIONS

Robert E. Wood

INSTITUTE OF PHILOSOPHIC STUDIES
UNIVERSITY OF DALLAS, TEXAS

HUSSERL WAS NEVER A PHILOSOPHER

289 - 304

 

Frank Schalow

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

QUESTIONING THE QUESTION
OF AN OMISSION IN BEING AND TIME:
PRACTICALITY AS A FORMAL INDICATOR

PART I.
AN AMBIGUITY IN THE «FIRST BEGINNING» / 307

PART II.
REVISITING THE QUESTION OF FREEDOM / 313

PART III.
THE ENACTMENT OF FREEDOM
AS AN EXAMPLE OF PROPRIETORSHIP / 316

PART IV.
THE FORMAL INDICATION OF PRACTICALITY / 318

CONCLUSION / 324

ABSTRACT / 327

305 - 327

 

Marylou Sena

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY
SEATTLE UNIVERSITY, WA

THE ECLIPSE OF DESIRE:
PLATO ON THE DERIVATIVE (MODERN) FORM
OF SOPHROSYNE (ΣΟΦΡΟΣΥΝΗ)

329 - 341

 

Robert E. Doud

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

APARTNESS AND ABANDONMENT:
RESONANCES BETWEEN ELIZABETH BISHOP
AND MARTIN HEIDEGGER

I. THE WORLD OF ELIZABETH BISHOP / 345

II. APARTNESS AND ABANDONMENT / 347

III. IS DASEIN «A CREATURE DIVIDED»? / 353

IV. DIFFIDENCE AND FORGIVENESS / 355

V. ALARM, ALONENESS, SOLITUDE / 357

VI. THE FORGOTTENNESS OF BEING / 359

VII. DEALING WITH DEATH / 363

VIII. PARABLE AND EPIPHANY / 364

ABSTRACT / 368

343 - 369

 

Thomas F. Morris

DEPARTMENT OF ART, MUSIC, AND PHILOSOPHY
PRINCE GEORGEʼS COMMUNITY COLLEGE, LARGO, MARYLAND

HO! WHOʼS WITHIN?
GOING BENEATH THE SURFACE WITH
THE MERCHANT OF VENICE

PART I.
SUBJECTIVELY APPROPRIATING AN OBJECTIVE UNDERSTANDING / 379

PART II.
SHYLOCKʼS THOUGHT PROCESSES / 393

PART III.
PORTIAʼS THOUGHT PROCESSES / 402

PART IV.
BASSANIO ENDS UP A LOSER / 408

PART V.
THE VALUES TAUGHT BY VENETIAN CULTURE / 416

PART VI.
DEALING WITH AN IMAGE OF ONESELF
DEALING WITH SOMETHING / 426

PART VII. SECTION A.
FROM UNDIFFERENTIATED REALITY
TO DIFFERENTIATED REALITY AND VICE VERSA / 439

EXCURSUS: ON DAO DE JING 1 / 442

PART VII. SECTION B.
FROM UNDIFFERENTIATED REALITY
TO DIFFERENTIATED REALITY AND VICE VERSA / 446

PART VIII.
MAKING IT PERSONAL / 452

PART IX.
TRUSTING IN GOD / 466

PART X.
UNCONDITIONAL COMMITMENTS / 489

PART XI.
COMPATIBILITY / 498

PART XII.
SOLANO AND GRATIANO / 503

SECTION A. SOLANO / 503

SECTION B. GRATIANO / 507

PART XIII.
LORENZO AND JESSICA / 510

PART XIV.
THE RACE WITH THE RUNNER
WHO RUNS FASTER THAN DEATH / 527

PART XV.
COURTESY / 535

PART XVI.
TRUE LOVE / 549

EXCURSUS: TWELFTH NIGHT, V.i.389-408 / 551

PART XVII.
SHAKESPEARE AND JUDAISM / 553

371 - 556