Thursday, October 20, 2016
David Calhoun on common ground between Heidegger and Quine.
Just as Quine argued that one observation sentence by itself has no meaning, but only meaning in relation to the whole web of belief, so too does Heidegger argue that it’s inappropriate to speak of the existialia of Dasien without understanding its activity, its be-ing, in the whole of Dasein. That is to say, the whole hermeneutic circle approach.
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