Das Denken Martin Heideggers III 1

herausgegeben von Hans-Christian Günther

Heidegger and Kant Frank Schalow



§ 1 Introduction

I The Hermeneutic Interface between Heidegger and Kant

§ 2 Modernity, Metaphysics, and the Ontological Difference
a) Heidegger's Contrarian Approach
b) The Complementary Concern for Temporality
c) The Return to What Is Unsaid
(The Kantian Way to Being and Time)
d) Conclusion

§ 3 Finitude and Transcendence
a) Elements of a Philosophical Conversation
b). Imagination:Two Horizons of Inquiry
c). Conclusion

II From Metontology to Being-historical Thinking

§ 4 Freedom as a New Axis of Philosophical Inquiry
a) The Question of Ethics
b) Freedom and Responsibility
c) Conclusion

§ 5 Imagination and Difference
a) Language and Imagination
b) The Question of the Sacred
c) On the Margins of Language
d) Conclusion

§ 6 Heidegger and Kant Along the Way
a) Heidegger's Dialogue with Kant and die Kehre
b) Trans-Subjectivity
c) Poiesis and Imagination
d) Conclusion


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