Monday, February 19, 2018
Volpi Heidegger Aristotle
This homogeneity between care and the traditional determinations ὄρεξις, of impulses and inclinations, is particularly evident in the discussion of the phenomenon of care that Heidegger roll out during summer semester 1925. There, in fact, Heidegger explains the phenomenon of care in relation to the moments of impulse (Drang) and inclination (Hang), presenting them for consideration as an explanation of the structure of Sorge itself. Regardless of the ontological distinction that Heidegger highlights, this reinforces the hypothesized correspondence between care (and its manifestation in the phenomena of Drang and the Hang) and articulation of ὄρεξις in the two moments of δίωξις and φυγή
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