Kant e Heidegger. Svolta trascendentale e svolta ontologica

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Abstract

[automatically translated] The confession of infidelity to the letter of the Critique of Pure Reason, which makes Heidegger in Kant and the problem of metaphysics, can not allow too hasty judgments which completely reduce the interpretive approach Heidegger to a procedure-fulfillment, within the Kantian text, the analytic of Dasein. Although such a procedure falls explicitly programmatic notes Kantbuch of '29, and although the forces on Kant's text constitute a matter difficult to dispute the interpretation of Heidegger marburghesi years, it does not necessarily follow that the interpretation that Heidegger gives Critics of pure reason says little or nothing about Kant, up to lead to a sort of self-congratulatory repetition fundamental ontology.
Original languageItalian
Pages123-138
Number of pages16
Publication statusPublished - 2007

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