The paper aims to show the philosophical relevance of the reading of Aristotle’s Rhetoric proposed by Heidegger during the course held in Marburg in 1924 (Grundbegriffe der Aristotelischen Philosophie). The main objective is not to discuss the philological correctness of Heidegger’s interpretation or the role that the course played in the development of Heidegger’s next thought. Rather, the intent is to show how and why the Heideggerian reading allows us to enhance the Aristotelian rhetoric in contemporary philosophical debate. The thesis argued is that the main strength of the Heideggerian reading of rhetoric is its ability to bring out, in line with the Aristotelian perspective, the interweaving of body, language and sociality in the human being.
|Numero di pagine||17|
|Rivista||GIORNALE DI METAFISICA|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2019|