Heidegger, Martin: Ontologie (Hermeneutik der Faktizität)
Frühe Freiburger Vorlesung Sommersemester 1923
Heidegger's early Freiburg and the first Marburg lectures are of special significance because they provide insight into his thinking path in the decade between his habilitation (1916) and the publication of Sein und Zeit (1926). Although Heidegger published virtually nothing during this time, the legendary reputation of this mysterious Freiburg private lecturer spread throughout the German academic world almost exclusively on the basis of his teaching. The subject of this Freiburg lecture held in the summer semester 1923 was precisely the "hermeneutics of facticity," i.e the self-interpretation of the subject as being-there, being-in-the-world, and care. Future philosophy professors of the next decades attended this one-hour lecture and exercise courses, magically attracted by witnessing the fascinating first steps in a new direction of thinking, which then found its, however fragmented, definitive form in Heidegger's main work Sein und Zeit.
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