Truth in Martin Heidegger's Fundamental Ontology

Тип публикации: статья из журнала

Год издания: 2017

Ключевые слова: Martin Heidegger, verdad, ser, poesía, apertura

Аннотация: This study was conducted with a view to putting together a comprehensive concept of truth in Heidegger's philosophy. While creating a new form of philosophizing, Heidegger refuses the metaphysic analysis of the truth concept and talks about it in various contexts of fundamental ontology. Heidegger worked on the concept of truth throughout his entire life, both at the early and the later stages of his career. While writing Being and Time, Heidegger was developing his concept of truth through a system of “existentials”, including “being-in-truth”, and claimed that “being-in-untruth” was also possible. At the late stage of his career Heidegger denied philosophical metaphysics the right to discover truth. Now, in his view, truth remained only in the works of “select” poets whose conflict with mundane existence had reached a critical point, while true being was supposed to be uncovered through the metaphorical language of poets as prophets. The technological civilization that had lost touch with the mystery of truth was juxtaposed by Heidegger with the idea of “listening” to being where truth and untruth coexist simultaneously.

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Журнал: Revista de Filosofia

Выпуск журнала: Т.85, 1

Номера страниц: 22-45

ISSN журнала: 07981171

Издатель: Universidad del Zulia

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