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Five: Freud's Concealment of Temporality: Ida Bauer ("Dora") as a Case Study
Freud's case studies provide a suitable point of departure for uncovering the manner in which his method systematically conceals the phenomenon of temporality.47 In reading purely theoretical texts,
After Finitude and the Question of Phenomenological Givenness
Quentin Meillassoux’s 2006 After Finitude offered a sharp critique of the phenomenological project, charging that phenomenology was one of the “two principal media” of correlationism—ultimately
Two: "Being in the World": The Two-Fold Structure of Everyday Life
PHENOMENOLOGY AS THE SCIENCE OF BEINGBy focusing his ontological inquiry on everyday human existence (Dasein) and by extrapolating both the implicit understanding of being and Dasein's ontological
Part One: Heidegger and the Status of Time
IntroductionThis section deals with the special status which Heidegger grants the phenomenon of time in his thinking. The discussion will focus on his monumental work, Being and Time (Heidegger,
The Temporal Foundation of the Self and the Other: A Phenomenological Reading of Narcissism
  • J. Pearl
  • Psychology, Philosophy
  • 1 August 2013
Rethinking the manner in which psychoanalysis articulates the self’s relation to the other, this paper returns to the primordial stage of narcissism. The paper traces the consequences of the Freudian
Three: Being-There in Time
CARE AND TEMPORALITYAs we have seen, toward the end of the first part of Being and Time, Heidegger presents a twofold analysis of the notion of care. He claims that care is both one of Dasein's
Jean-Luc Marion: the reinscription of heteronormativity into postmodern theology
ABSTRACT Since the “theological turn” in continental philosophy, theologians have regularly turned to phenomenology as an authentic opening to a new mode of theological discourse. Yet, when these
Eight: Back to Ida: Psychoanalytic Concepts as Manifesting Temporal Relations
In light of Heidegger's inquiry, Freudian theory is revealed to be subjected to the framework of meaning provided by a metaphysics of presence, in which the present serves as the ultimate foundation