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Dugin sobre Heidegger

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Alexander Dugin
Martin Heidegger: The Philosophy of Another Beginning
Ed. and trans. Nina Kouprianova
Preface by Paul E. Gottfried
Whitefish, Mt.: Radix, 2014

Martin Heidegger es uno de los filósofos más influyentes del siglo XX. Read more …

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Un Preludio a Ser y Tiempo
¿Qué es la Fenomenología?

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Edmund Husserl, 1859–1938

Edmund Husserl, 1859–1938

Nota del autor:

Hace mucho, mucho tiempo, cuando aún estaba cursando, tuve la tonta idea de enseñar Heidegger en clases de educación adulta. En realidad me fue bastante bien. Generalmente preparaba un resumen bastante detallado, lo seguía una página, y luego empezaba a hablar por fuera de él. Esta es la transcripción de un alumno sobre mi exposición sobre Ser y Tiempo. Read more …

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Heidegger in New York

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Chapter five of a novel, Heidegger in Chicago (a comedy of errors). 

The Plaza Hotel in Manhattan was just as Heidegger remembered it. Read more …

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Heidegger on Nietzsche, Metaphysics, & Nihilism

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Heidegger’s central philosophical topic has a number of names: the sense (Sinn) or meaning of Being, the truth (Wahrheit) of Being, the clearing (Lichtung) of Being, the “It” that “gives” Being, and the “Ereignis” (“event” or “appropriation”) of Being, referring to the mutual belonging of man and Being.[1] All of these words refer to that-which-gives and that-which-takes-away different “epochs” in the history of Being, which are comprehensive, pervasive, and fundamental ways of interpreting the world and our place in it.  Read more …

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La pertinence de la philosophie pour le changement politique

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Le titre de cet essai est quelque peu trompeur, puisque je vais arguer que la philosophie est pertinente pour tous les efforts humains, pas seulement la politique [1]. La philosophie n’est pas seulement métapolitique, mais méta-tout [2]. Mais je sais que vous vous intéressez au changement politique, donc c’était mon hameçon pour vous faire lire. Read more …

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Pulp Fiction in Czech

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Pulp Fiction Quentina Tarantina se řadí k mým nejoblíbenějším filmům. Nechtěl jsem, aby se mi líbil – původně jsem na něj dokonce ani nechtěl jít. Podle všeho co jsem o něm slyšel, jsem film měl za naprosto nihilistický a dosti odpudivý počin. Pak ale někdo na večírku popsal Pulp Fiction jako film o „velikosti duše na konci historie“, což mě zaujalo, protože jsem zrovna asi po tisící pročítal Platónovu ÚstavuRead more …

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Notes sur Moïse l’Egyptien, Partie 3

Ralph Cudworth, 1617–1688

Ralph Cudworth, 1617–1688

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Note de l’auteur :

Le texte suivant complète mes notes sur le chapitre 3 du livre de Jan Assmann, Moïse l’Egyptien.

Bien que le chapitre 3 de Moïse l’Egyptien soit intitulé « Avant la Loi : John Spencer comme  égyptologue », le dernier quart du chapitre est consacré à Ralph Cudworth (1617–1688), l’un des collègues de Spencer à Cambridge et un membre important des Platoniciens de Cambridge.  Read more …

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A Prelude to Being & Time
What is Metaphysics?

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Rembrandt, Philosopher Reading, 1631

Part 2 of 2

The best way of understanding what metaphysics is, is to understand what it is not. Metaphysics is not a specialized discipline; it is not a theoretical or practical inquiry that deals with a specific set of facts, or tries to change the world in a specific way. Every kind of fact and every kind of activity has some specialized discipline correlated to it. No matter what kind of facts you name, no matter how trivial, chances are that someone has written a doctoral dissertation on it — or will write one someday.  Read more …

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A Prelude to Being & Time
What is Phenomenology?

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Edmund Husserl, 1859–1938

Edmund Husserl, 1859–1938

Author’s Note:

Long, long ago, when I was still in graduate school, I had the daft idea of teaching Heidegger in an adult education class. It actually went quite well. I would usually prepare a detailed outline, follow it for a page, then start speaking extemporaneously. This is a student transcript of my background lecture on Being and Time. It has been only lightly edited. I added a citation and eliminated a few repetitions. If a tape comes to light, I will put it online.  Read more …

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Ar nacionalistams reikia Dugino?

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Postmodernioji mintis, kiek ji susideda iš kritikos priežasties universalumui, Apšvietos epochai, progreso sąvokai ir t.t., yra potencialiai naudinga konservatoriams (tiesą sakant, daugelis postmoderniųjų teoretikų stipriai rėmėsi tokiais dešiniaisiais mąstytojais kaip Nyčė ir Heidegeris). Read more …

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