Zollikon Seminars : Protocols - Conversations - Letters (Studies in Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy)

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Zollikon Seminars : Protocols - Conversations - Letters (Studies in Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy)

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  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780810118331
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This volume allows English-speaking readers to take part in an encounter between the German philosopher, Martin Heidegger and the Swiss psychiatrist Medard Boss. A product of their long friendship, this book chronicles their exchange of ideas. Heidegger sought to transcend the bounds of philosophy while Boss and his colleagues in the scientific community sought an enduring intellectual foundation for better understanding their patients and their world. The work affords a unique opportunity to see how Hiedegger clarified and elaborated his central themes for an audience beyond the confines of philosophy - and to see how this audience inspired him to pursue new ideas and new directions. During World War II, Boss came upon Heidegger's ""Being and Time"". Intrigued by both author and book, yet conscious of the damning characterization of Heidegger as a Nazi sympathizer, Boss the physician nonetheless approached Heidegger the philosopher asking for help in reflective on the nature of Heidegger's thought. A correspondence ensued, followed by visits that soon became annual two-week meetings in Boss's home in Zollikon, Switzerland. The protocols from these seminars, recorded by Boss and reviewed, corrected and supplemented by Heidegger himself, make up one part of this volume. They are augmented by Boss's record of the conversations he had with heidegger in the days between seminars and by excerpts from more than 250 letters that Heidegger wrote to Boss between 1947 and 1971. In this book Heidegger attempts to make the fundamental ideas of his philosophy accessible to nonphilosophers. He addresses certain philosophical/psychological theories for the first and only time, including Freudian psychoanalysis and Indian philosophy.

Table of Contents

Translators' Acknowledgments                       vii
Preface to the American Translation of Martin ix
Heidegger's Zollikon Seminars
Medard Boss
Marianne Boss-Linsmayer
Perface to the First German Edition of Martin xv
Heidegger's Zollikon Seminars
Medard Boss
Synopsis of Contents xxiii
Zollikon Seminars, 1959-1969 1 (148)
Conversations with Medard Boss, 1961-1972 149 (86)
From the Letters to Medard Boss, 1947--1971 235 (58)
Afterword 293 (6)
Medard Boss
Translators' Afterwords 299 (38)
Heidegger's Philosophy and Its Implications 301 (16)
for Psychology, Freud, and Existential
Psychoanalysis
Richard Askay
The Question of Being, Language, and 317 (20)
Translation
Franz Mayr
Notes 337 (6)
Index of German Terms 343 (6)
Name and Subject Index 349