The Concept of Time: The First Draft of Being and Time

The Concept of Time: The First Draft of Being and Time

Martin Heidegger Ingo Farin / Jul 24, 2019

The Concept of Time The First Draft of Being and Time The Concept of Time presents Heidegger s so called Dilthey review widely considered the first draft of his celebrated masterpiece Being and Time Here Heidegger reveals his deep commitment to Wilhelm

  • Title: The Concept of Time: The First Draft of Being and Time
  • Author: Martin Heidegger Ingo Farin
  • ISBN: 9781441105622
  • Page: 423
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Concept of Time presents Heidegger s so called Dilthey review, widely considered the first draft of his celebrated masterpiece, Being and Time Here Heidegger reveals his deep commitment to Wilhelm Dilthey and Count Yorck von Wartenburg He agrees with them that historicity must be at the centre of the new philosophy to come However, he also argues for an ontologicalThe Concept of Time presents Heidegger s so called Dilthey review, widely considered the first draft of his celebrated masterpiece, Being and Time Here Heidegger reveals his deep commitment to Wilhelm Dilthey and Count Yorck von Wartenburg He agrees with them that historicity must be at the centre of the new philosophy to come However, he also argues for an ontological approach to history From this ontological turn he develops the so called categories of Dasein.This work demonstrates Heidegger s indebtedness to Yorck and Dilthey and gives further evidence to the view that thought about history is the germ cell of Being and Time However, it also shows that Heidegger s commitment to Dilthey was not without reservations and that his analysis of Dasein actually employs Husserl s phenomenology The work reopens the question of history in a broader sense, as Heidegger struggles to thematize history without aligning it with world historical events The text also provides a concise and readable summary of the main themes of Being and Time and as such is an ideal companion to that text.

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        Martin Heidegger 1889 1976 was a German philosopher whose work is perhaps most readily associated with phenomenology and existentialism, although his thinking should be identified as part of such philosophical movements only with extreme care and qualification His ideas have exerted a seminal influence on the development of contemporary European philosophy They have also had an impact far beyond philosophy, for example in architectural theory see e.g Sharr 2007 , literary criticism see e.g Ziarek 1989 , theology see e.g Caputo 1993 , psychotherapy see e.g Binswanger 1943 1964, Guignon 1993 and cognitive science see e.g Dreyfus 1992, 2008 Wheeler 2005 Kiverstein and Wheeler forthcoming.


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    1. Continuum have recently published a number of new English translations of Martin Heidegger’s work. This is, in effect, the first draft of his masterpiece, ‘Being and Time’. ‘Being and Time’ is a very difficult work and this early version is no piece of cake. However, although incomplete in its thinking, it is a surprisingly clear account of the core of his philosophy as early as 1924 and it can be recommended (with care) as a decent bridge between a general textbook account of his phil [...]


    2. tried to read this cold, over 2 years ago. not easy. so i start at the beginning again. now, having read so much more phenomenology, some on Heidegger, some others like Sartre, Husserl, Merleau-Ponty, come to this book with more educated eyes. not that it has become easy, but the original impulse for purchase- it is short, how difficult can if be?- is this time helpful, though it is dense, it is good to have some idea of terms, and if it is only first draft of Being and Time, am still not ready [...]


    3. Great little book. Offers some key insights and nuances, especially when it comes to the translator's word choices (Vorlaufen as running ahead to the past=anticipation in S&Z) Ends on an ambiguous note: "What is time?" became the question "Who is time?" More closely: are we ourselves time? Or closer still: am I my time?" Beautiful!!


    4. هایدگر از دید تازه‌ای به مفهوم زمان نگاه می‌کند. دیدی که محدود به «بودن» یا «شدن» نیست. زمانِ هایدگر، بی‌توجه است نسبت به فلسفه‌ی یونان باستان.


    5. This short text comprises a lecture Martin Heidegger delivered to the Marburg Theological Society in 1924, which should not be confused, due to affinity in titles, with Gesamtausgabe 64 (English translation: The Concept of Time: The First Draft of Being and Time). The latter elaborates further on the topics in the former, and was submitted to the Journal Deutsche Vierteljahresschrift für Literaturwissenschaft und Geistgeschichte in 1924.Hans-Georg Gadamer calls this version the "original form" [...]


    6. This very short lecture will tell you very specifically what Dasein means. I wish I had read this lecture before I tried to read Being and Time because it’s very clear. If you’re interested in reading H, but don’t do well with the difficult language in big philosophical texts, this is a good starting point. It touches some major Heideggerian themes like hermeneutics and could form the good basis of your exploration into Heidegger. If you’re already an expert on the man then I suppose thi [...]


    7. Early draft to Being and Time. This book is by no means essential if you've read the man's critically acclaimed magnum opus. It's a nice, condense summary of 'some' of the themes mentioned in BT - namely being-in-the-world, Dasein, anxiety, being-towards-death, temporality, attunement, etc. However, note: the concepts in this edition are undeveloped and primitive. This book is useful in a couple ways: if you're new to Heidegger, this book is very easy (probably the easiest Heidegger book I've re [...]


    8. This is an important lecture given by Heidegger in 1924, a few years before he wrote Being and Time , which touches on the same themes, that of an exposition of time through the concept of Da-sein and being-in-the-world. This is also interesting for his remarks on theology, as this lecture was addressed to the Marburg Theological Society. As Heidegger places himself, his work is not theology, which when it speaks of time is concerned with time from the perspective of the infinite. Nor is philoso [...]


    9. This book is a good recommendation for those struggling with understanding Sein und Zeit. Most of the important concepts are introduced with rather practical examples - yes, this is possible, even for Heidegger. The first part of the book is an overview of the essential concepts in Heidegger's Daseinsanalytik. The second part is a shorter public lecture, which sort of distills his thinking about Time in the first part. Heidegger is both amazing and frustrating here, as always. His argument is pr [...]



    10. The book consists of four articles related to the concept of time. The first two articles are written by Aristotle and St. Augustine respectively, which are included as prerequisites for the articles by Heidegger. He considers concept of time differently in natural sciences and history, which are focused separately in the two articles brought in. Although the book could be a remarkable source for Heidegger's investigations on time concept, the Persian version with clumsy translation and many err [...]


    11. As anyone who has attempted to delve into Heidegger's philosophy, his writing can get very confusing, and this is no exception, and what might make this even more confusing is the fact that this is a first draft of one of his later-released books, Being and Time, so it hasn't had the time poured over it to be refined. I'd say definitely read this book if you have an interest in Heidegger, but if you are just looking into phenomenology and philosophy on being, I would keep this at the back of the [...]


    12. Le idee di un giovane Heidegger (il testo propone una conferenza tenuta nel luglio del 1924) sul concetto di tempo. Vengono citati Einstein e Aristotele, come riferimenti per le argomentazioni dell'autore. A mio avviso, però, dietro questo discorso vi è tutta l'intuizione bergsoniana che, in quegli anni, era così di moda da farla sembrare una corrente artistico-letteraria. Tutt'altro. Come ha più volte detto Lévinas, senza il concetto di durata e la rivalutazione del concetto di tempo di Be [...]


    13. This small text is kind of an introduction scheme to Heidegger's main writings. Was very hard to read, but exotic style makes reading extraordinary experience in terms of aesthetics. The text is about 'Dasein' and Time (Dasein is the source of Time, and Time is the horizon of Being). Dasein can achieve temporality by realizing itself as terminal being.()


    14. Solito libro che riprende scritti acerbi di cui si pretende importanza per via di un loro collegamento con opere più mature. Un'operazioncina editoriale, considerando che l'autore avrebbe preferito non vedere pubblicata questa roba.


    15. A nice capsule of the immense crap load which is Heidegger's 'philosophy of being', and reflections on nothing and nothing-ing.




    16. Ese maravilloso momento en el que te descubres entendiendo algo de Heidegger aunque implique eso de ser seres para la muerte.



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