Being and Time | Critical Essay by L. L. Duroche

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Critical Essay by L. L. Duroche

The influence of Martin Heidegger on recent German letters has so far outweighed that of any other contemporary German thinker and has had such a profound influence on so many aspects of contemporary German thought that it is only to be expected that German literary criticism and literary theory have also felt the impact of his thinking. Without a doubt, the contribution of Heidegger to modern philosophical thinking surpasses that of any other contemporary philosopher. His work represents in a very true sense a "Copernican turn"; especially significant and probably the most important direct (intended) contribution is Heidegger's "ex-centric" emphasis in the analysis of human existence, the phenomenological attempt to see man "amidst" all that-which-is (Seiendes), to see human Dasein from a perspective other than simply man, from a different "ground", and thereby to overcome the Cartesian subjectivity...

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