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Towards the Definition of Philosophy (Continuum Impacts): Heidegger, Martin/ Sadler, Ted (TRN): BOOKS KINOKUNIYA
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Towards the Definition of Philosophy (Continuum Impacts)
Towards the Definition of Philosophy (Continuum Impacts)
出版年月 : 2008/08
Binding : Paperback
ISBN : 9781847063045

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Table of Contents
 
Translator's Foreword                              x
Publisher's Note                                   xii
I THE IDEA OF PHILOSOPHY AND THE PROBLEM OF
WORLDVIEW
  War Emergency Semester 1919
    PRELIMINARY REMARKS
      Science and University Reform                3
    INTRODUCTION
      ァ  1. Philosophy and Worldview               6
        a) Worldview as Immanent Task of           6
        Philosophy
        b) Worldview as Limit of the Critical      7
        Science of Value
        c) The Paradox of the Problem of           9
        Worldview. Incompatibility between
        Philosophy and Worldview
    PART ONE THE IDEA OF PHILOSOPHY AS
    PRIMORDIAL SCIENCE
      CHAPTER ONE The Search for a
      Methodological Way
        ァ  2. The Idea of Primordial Science       13
        a) Idea as Definite Determination          13
        b) The Circularity of the Idea of          14
        Primordial Science
        ァ  3. The Way Out through the History      16
        of Philosophy
        ァ  4. The Way Out through the              19
        Philosopher's Scientific Attitude of
        Mind
        ァ  5. The Way Out through Inductive        20
        Metaphysics
      CHAPTER TWO Critique of
      Teleological-Critical Method
        ァ  6. Knowledge and Psychology             25
        ァ  7. The Axiomatic Fundamental Problem    26
        ァ  8. Teleological-Critical Method of      28
        Finding Norms
        ァ  9. The Methodological Function of       32
        Material Pregivenness
        ァ 10. Giving of Ideals as the Core         34
        Element of Method. Misunderstanding of
        the Problematic Primordial Science
        ァ 11. Investigation of the Claim to        38
        Primordial Science by the
        Teleological-Critical Method
        a) Truth and Value                         38
        b) The Problem of Validity                 40
        c) The Relation between Material           42
        Pregiving and Ideal Giving. Being and
        the Ought
        ァ 12. Inclusion of the Pre-Theoretical     46
        Sphere. Psychology's Sphere of Objects
    PART TWO PHENOMENOLOGY AS PRE-THEORETICAL
    PRIMORDIAL SCIENCE
      CHAPTER ONE Analysis of the Structure of
      Experience
        ァ 13. The Experience of the Question:      51
        'Is There Something?'
        a) The Psychic Subject                     51
        b) The Interrogative Comportment.          53
        Various Senses of the 'There is'
        c) The Role of the Questioner              55
        ァ 14. The Environmental Experience         56
        ァ 15. Comparison of Experiential           58
        Structures. Process and Event
      CHAPTER TWO The Problem of Presuppositions
        ァ 16. The Epistemological Question of      61
        the Reality of the External World.
        Standpoints of Critical Realism and
        Idealism
        ァ 17. The Primacy of the Theoretical.      66
        Thing-Experience (Objectification) as
        De-vivification
      CHAPTER THREE Primordial Science as
      Pre-Theoretical Science
        ァ 18. The Circularity of Epistemology      74
        ァ 19. How to Consider Environmental        76
        Experience
        a) The Method of Descriptive Reflection    77
        (Paul Natorp)
        b) Reconstruction as the Characteristic    79
        Moment of the Method. Subjectification
        and Objectification
        c) Critique of Natorp's Method             82
        ァ 20. Phenomenological Disclosure of       83
        the Sphere of Lived Experience
        a) Objections to Phenomenological          84
        Research
        b) Characterization of the Levels of       86
        De-vivification. The Pre-worldly
        Something and the Something of
        Knowability
        c) Hermeneutical Intuition                 89
II PHENOMENOLOGY AND TRANSCENDENTAL PHILOSOPHY
OF VALUE
  Summer Semester 1919
    INTRODUCTION
      Guiding Principles of the Lecture-Course     93
      Aim of the Lecture-Course                    97
    PART ONE HISTORICAL PRESENTATION OF THE
    PROBLEM
      CHAPTER ONE The Genesis of Philosophy of
      Value as the Cultural Philosophy of the
      Present
        ァ  1. The Concept of Culture in the        101
        Philosophy of the Late Nineteenth
        Century
        a) The Historical Concept of Culture.      103
        Enlightenment and Historical
        Consciousness
        b) Culture as Accomplishment and           106
        Achievement
        ァ  2. The Onset of the Problem of          106
        Value. The Overcoming of Naturalism by
        Lotze
      CHAPTER TWO Windelband's Grounding of
      Modern Transcendental Philosophy of Value
        ァ  3. Renewal of the Kantian               109
        Philosophy. The Character of Truth as
        Value
        a) The Rediscovery of the                  110
        Transcendental Method by Cohen
        b) Practical Reason as the Principle of    111
        All Principles
        c) Philosophy of Value as Critical         113
        Philosophy of Culture
        ァ  4. Judgement and Evaluation             114
        a) The Grounding of the Distinction        114
        between Judgement and Evaluation by
        Brentano
        b) Judgement and Validity (Windelband)     115
        c) Windelband's Treatise on Negative       118
        Judgement: Scientific Determination of
        the Forms of Judgement
        ァ  5. Contribution to the Doctrine of      121
        Categories
        ァ  6. The Inclusion of the Problem of      123
        History in Philosophy of Value
        a) Natural Sciences and Human Sciences.    124
        Dilthey's Founding of a Descriptive
        Psychology
        b) Windelband's Distinction between        125
        Sciences of Law and Sciences of Event.
        Nomothetic and Idiographic Thinking
      CHAPTER THREE The Further Development of
      Value-Philosophy by Rickert
        ァ  7. Historical Formation of Concepts     127
        and Scientific Knowledge. Reality as
        Heterogeneous Continuum
        ァ  8. The Question Concerning the          130
        Possibility of the Science of History
    PART TWO CRITICAL CONSIDERATIONS
      ァ  9. The Influence of Phenomenology on      135
      Rickert
      ァ 10. Guiding Principles of the Critique     137
      ァ 11. Rickert's Conception of the            139
      Fundamental Epistemological Problem. The
      Subjective Way
        a) Judgement and Value                     140
        b) Evidence and Validity                   142
        c) The Transcendence of the Ought          143
      ァ 12. The Transcendental-Logical             144
      (Objective) Way as the Method of
      Grounding the Presuppositions of the
      Subjective Way
      ァ 13. Considerations on Negation             150
APPENDIX I ON THE NATURE OF THE UNIVERSITY AND     1919
ACADEMIC STUDY Summer Semester
  Transcript by Oskar Becker                       153
APPENDIX II THE IDEA OF PHILOSOPHY AND THE         1919
PROBLEM OF WORLDVIEW War Emergency Semester
  Excerpt from the Transcript by Franz-Joseph      161
  Brecht
Editor's Afterwords to the First and Second        166
Editions (1987, 1999)
Short Glossary                                     170
Notes                                              172
Index                                              181
 

This book brings together two seminal lecture courses of 1918 - now available in our hugely successful "Impacts" series.Heidegger is widely regarded as the 20th Century's most original philosopher. "Towards the Definition of Philosophy" brings together - in their first English translation - two of his seminal lecture courses, The Idea of Philosophy and the Problem of Worldview and Phenomenology and Transcendental Philosophy Value, as well as the lecture, On the Nature of the University and Academic Study. The volume also includes a short glossary.These books are seminal works of the finest minds in Western thought, including Adorno, Badiou, Derrida, Heidegger and Larkin. They are works of such power that they changed the cultural mind when they were written and continue to resonate today - landmark texts in the fields of philosophy, literature, popular culture, politics and theology - strikingly designed, accessibly priced.

Contents
Translator's Foreword; Publisher's Note; I. The Idea of Philosophy and the Problem of Worldview; Preliminary Remarks; Introduction; Part I. The Idea of Philosophy as Primordial Science; 1. The Search for a Methodological Way; 2. Critique of Teleological-Critical Method; Part II. Phenomenology as Pre-Theoretical Primordial Science; 1. Analysis of the Structure of Experience; 2. The Problem of Presuppositions; 3. Primordial Science as Pre-Theoretical Science; II. Phenomenology and Transcendental Philosophy of Value; Introduction; Part I. Historical Presentation of the Problem; 1. The Genesis of Philosophy of Value as the Cultural Philosophy of the Present; 2. Windelband's Grounding of Modern Transcendental Philosophy of Value; 3. The Further Development of Value-Philosophy by Rickert; Part II. Critical Considerations; Appendix I: On the Nature of the University and Academic Study; Appendix II: The Idea of Philosophy and the Problem of Worldview; Short Glossary.