Dimensions of the Logical: A Hermeneutic Inquiry by Friedrich HogemannDimensions of the Logical: A Hermeneutic Inquiry by Friedrich Hogemann

Dimensions of the Logical: A Hermeneutic Inquiry

byFriedrich Hogemann

Hardcover | August 9, 2016

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Drawing on the work of Georg Misch, this work seeks to give back to the Word its original fullness of meaning. Misch’s notion of a logic of life considers the Word in the plenitude of its great powers. The question of life leads the inquiries undertaken in this study via Misch’s anthropological conception on to the phenomenological ontology of Martin Heidegger and Josef Koenig’s investigation of ‘Being and Thought’. Heidegger’s quest for the meaning of Being calls for a close inspection of its linguistic foundation. ‘Being’ reveals itself as the original truth. It is the verbum demonstrativum in its verbal form. Solely to Indo-European languages is this form immanent. Thus, the established basis may be the starting point from which to reconsider the question of tradition as well as constructs of higher levels.
Friedrich Hogemann studied at the Academy of Music at Detmold. He pursued courses in Philosophy, Roman Studies, Psychology and Latin Studies at the universities of Münster, Paris, Freiburg im Breisgau and Cologne where he graduated with a dissertation on the phenomenology of Maurice Merleau-Ponty. He joined the Hegel Archives at the Ru...
Title:Dimensions of the Logical: A Hermeneutic InquiryFormat:HardcoverDimensions:8 × 6 × 1 inPublished:August 9, 2016Publisher:Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der WissenschaftenLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Contents: Introduction to the hermeneutic logic of Georg Misch – Hermeneutic logic in Misch’s ‘The construction of logic based on the Philosophy of Life’ – From elementary to higher level behaviour – Remarks on Georg Misch’s works The Way into Philosophy and Philosophy of Life and Phenomenology – Being, World and Happening (hayah) – A linguistic consideration of Being – Being as transcendens. Philosophy and non-philosophy – Being and Happening (hayah) – Knowledge and History – Misch’s hermeneutics and pure discursivity – Tendencies of de-animation in Hegel’s logic – Structures of the historical and structures of the transcendental foundation of scientific findings