Mews, Constant Jan. / Bernard of Clairveaux, Peter Abelard and Heloise on the definition of love. In: Revista Portuguesa de Filosofia. ; Vol. 60, No. 3. pp. Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Format: Journal; v. 24 cm. Note: Edicão e propriedade de Faculdade de Filosofia, Braga (formerly Instituto de Filosofia B. Miguel de Cavalho) Vol. 1- issued by the school under its earlier.
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Since this bibliography has been based primarily on the consultation of the induded documents and not restricted to copying already existing bibliographiesit was not possible to indude publications in languages other than those mentioned.
The bibliography has been constructed in the following way: The list of Husserl's works and secondary literature by individual authors is preceded by a list of all edited volumes in which a text by or on Husserl is published. The ethical, moral and political issues of the justice and the revista portuguesa de filosofia law, etc.
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The need to accomplish the duty, in the Kantian sense, and never use the person revista portuguesa de filosofia a mean, but as an end in itself, must lead us to a deeper reflection on the human condition, its dignity and its absolute value.
Politics, in dealing with the common good, should not treat man in the merely instrumental or utilitarian sense.
Given Heidegger's phenomenological analysis of Dasein's different categories of possibility in Being and Time - as Seinkonnen, Moglichkeit, ermoglichen - one might be forgiven for supposing that the 'power of the possible' refers to an essentially human property. In a revista portuguesa de filosofia if much neglected passage in this post-war letter to Jean Beaufret, Heidegger revisits this 22 The Sickness unto Death, trans.
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Hong and Hong, Princeton University Press,p. I am grateful to my Boston College colleague, Vanessa Rumble, for bringing this passage to my attention. Macquarrie and Robinson,Heidegger states that for phenomenology, 'possibility stands higher than actuality' p.
Later in this text he refers to Dasein's pre-awareness of its own death in Angst as a specific mood in which it 'finds itsel revista portuguesa de filosofia with the nothingness of the possible impossibility of its own existence' BT, H This existential-human experience of 'possible impossibility' may be usefully contrasted with the deconstructive notion of 'impossible possibility' in Derrida's 'Comme si c'etait possible Graham Ward, Blackwell,revista portuguesa de filosofia.
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A critical discussion of the differences between a the deconstructive reading of the impossible advanced by Derrida and Caputo and b our hermeneutic reading of the possible as posse, see my essay, 'The Kingdom: David Goicoechea, Fordham University Press, forthcoming.
For a detailed critical discussion of Heidegger's various concepts of possibility in Being and Time and subsequentexts, revista portuguesa de filosofia our 'Heidegger's Poetics of the Possible' in Poetics of Modernity: Theological connotations abound, albeit elusively.
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And we are tempted to ask: The passage in question opens as follows: This new assignation for Being's own power of possibilizing is more topological than revista portuguesa de filosofia.
It marks a clear departure from the transcendental residues of 'possibility' still evident in the existential analytic of Dasein in Being and Time.
Determined now to avoid any further humanist misreadings, Heidegger is emphatic on this point. He means, as he states here, 'Being itself, which in its loving potency das Mbgend possibilizes yermag thought and thus also the revista portuguesa de filosofia of man, which means in turn his relationship to Being'.
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Heidegger concludes this decisive passage thus: It offers a unique insight into the famous 'Turn' in Heidegger's thought from 'phenomenology' with its residual transcendental, existential, Daseincentred idioms to 'thought' with its shift of emphasis to Being-as-Being, Sein als Sein.
This possibilization Vermogen is the authentic 'possible' das eigentlich 'mogliche'x that whose essence rests on loving'. Thus we mightranslate Heidegger's phrase revista portuguesa de filosofia Aus diesem Mogen vermag das Sein das Denken - as 'Being possibilizes thought which possibilizes Being'.