Friday, February 16, 2018
Volpi Heidegger Aristotle
Here it is evident how the Heideggerian characterization of the structure of being-there as a having-to-be exposes itself to existentialistic interpretations. If we have before us both the reflections of Aristotle's practical philosophy, from which it originates, as well as the ontological direction in which it is headed, we can avoid the danger of this reductive reading even where it becomes more treacherous, namely where Heidegger enters the heart of the analysis of being and examines care in its three fundamental articulations. In considering this central point of the Heideggerian conception, we must grasp even more firmly the connecting thread that shows the link between this point and the Aristotelian consideration of the moral being of man.
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