Aristotele dopo Heidegger. Per una riabilitazione dell´onto-teologia

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Abstract

[automatically translated] The objective question and epistemological foundations of Aristotelian first philosophy is now at the center of a particularly intense debate. The spread of the onto-theological paradigm Heidegger, that puts the problem of the metaphysical determination powerfully into play in Aristotle, tying him to the question of the essence of metaphysics per se, marks a real turning point with respect to the long tradition of exegetical "Metaphysics ". The volume offers a systematic analysis of this dibattico and together promises interpretive hypothesis, gained through a detailed critical reconstruction of Heidegger's exegetical path. In doing so, the text deals with the issue of determining the first philosophy, deciphering the conditions of possibility as " Based on this assumption it shows how it is possible to effectively accommodate the suggestion of Heidegger about the dual determination of prote philosophia in key ontological and theological perspective, without necessarily identifying the instance sharing dell'oltrepassamento of metaphysics. The proposal for a rehabilitation of onto-theology thus opens a new path of development of Heidegger's lecture. Based on this assumption it shows how it is possible to effectively accommodate the suggestion of Heidegger about the dual determination of prote philosophia in key ontological and theological perspective, without necessarily identifying the instance sharing dell'oltrepassamento of metaphysics. The proposal for a rehabilitation of onto-theology thus opens a new path of development of Heidegger's lecture.
Original languageItalian
PublisherTilgher
Number of pages480
ISBN (Print)9788879031745
Publication statusPublished - 2010

Publication series

NameBiblioteca del Giornale di metafisica, vol. 10

Cite this

Lupo, R. M. (2010). Aristotele dopo Heidegger. Per una riabilitazione dell´onto-teologia. (Biblioteca del Giornale di metafisica, vol. 10). Tilgher.