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Author Gander, Hans-Helmuth, 1954- author

Title Self-understanding and lifeworld : basic traits of a phenomenological hermeneutics / Hans-Helmuth Gander ; translated by Ryan Drake and Joshua Rayman
Edition First [edition]
Published Bloomington : Indiana University Press, 2017
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Series Studies in Continental thought
Studies in Continental thought.
Contents Cover; SELF-UNDERSTANDING AND LIFEWORLD; Title; Copyright; Dedication; CONTENTS; Translators' Introduction; Preface; INTRODUCTION; 1. Exposition of the Connection between Selfhood, Lifeworld, and History; 2. Conception and Outline of the Treatise with an Excursus on the Paratextual Functions of Remarks; PART ONE IN THE NETWORK OF TEXTS: TOWARD THE PERSPECTIVE CHARACTER OF UNDERSTANDING; 3. Inception and Beginning: Toward a Forestructure of Understanding; 4. Approaching the Question of Interpretation: On the Relation of "Author-Text-Reader"
12. Parenthesis on the Discourse of Metaphysics "As Such" as a Problem of an Epochal Revaluation in View of a Signature of the Present13. Critical Remarks on the Concept of an Absolute Reason; PART TWO I AND WORLD: THE QUESTION CONCERNING THE GROUND OF PHILOSOPHY; CHAPTER ONE On the Search for the Certainty of the 'I'; 14. Toward the Task of a Hermeneutical Interpretation of the Concept and Its Relation to Everyday Experience: An Approximation; 15. Wonder and Doubt: On the Entry Point of Philosophical Reflection
21. Toward a Philosophical Thematization of Natural Life-in-the-World22. On Husserl's Transcendental Self-Grounding of Philosophy with a View to the Question of the World; 23. Husserl's Application of the Task of a Lifeworldly Ontology; 24. The Function of History in Husserl's Transcendental-Phenomenological Conception; PART THREE SELF-UNDERSTANDING AND THE HISTORICAL WORLD: BASIC TRAITS OF A HERMENEUTICAL ONTOLOGY OF FACTICITY; CHAPTER ONE The Hermeneutical Turn: Heidegger's Critical Dialogue with Husserlian Phenomenology; 25. Husserl versus Heidegger: On Situating their Disagreement
5. On the Relation of Writing and Reading to Self-Formation6. The Text as a Connection of Sense in the Horizon of the Occurrence of Tradition as Effective History; 7. In the Governing Network of Discourse; 8. The Sense-Creating Potential of Texts: The Modification of the World; 9. Excursus on the Metaphor of the "Book of the World"; 10. In the Network of Tradition: On Understanding as an Incursion into the Current of Texts; 11. On the Interpretive Character of Knowledge in the Wake of the Historicity of Understanding
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Heidegger, Martin, 1889-1976.
Husserl, Edmund, 1859-1938.
Hermeneutics -- History.
Life -- History.
Phenomenology -- History.
Genre/Form History.
Form Electronic book
LC no. 2017030883
ISBN 0253026075 (electronic bk.)
9780253026071 (electronic bk.)
(cloth : alk. paper)
Other Titles Selbstverst├Ąndnis und Lebenswelt. English