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Philosophy 185 Heidegger

11:00-12:30 PM | 159 Mulford
Instructor Hubert Dreyfus

Philosophy 185 - Fall 2007 - One of the most important philosophical works of the twentieth century, Being and Time is both a systematization of the existential insights of Kierkegaard and Nietzsche and a radicalization of Husserl's phenomenological account of intentionality. What results is an original interpretation of the human condition leading to an account of the nature and limitations of philosophical and scientific theory. This account has important implications for all those disciplines that study human beings.

Lecture Archive

    Tue 8/28 Being
    Thu 8/30 Dasein
    Tue 9/4 Being-in-the-World I
    Thu 9/6 Being-in-the-World II
    Tue 9/11 The Worldhood of the World I
    Thu 9/13 The Worldhood of the World II
    Tue 9/18 Critique of Descartes I
    Thu 9/20 Critique of Descartes II
    Tue 9/25 Spatiality I
    Thu 9/27 Spatiality II
    Tue 10/2 The One I
    Thu 10/4 The One II
    Tue 10/9 Being-in, Disposedness I
    Thu 10/11 Being-in, Disposedness II
        Tue 10/16 No Lecture
    Thu 10/18 Understanding II
    Tue 10/23 Discourse I
    Thu 10/25 Discourse II
    Tue 10/30 Falling I
    Thu 11/1 Falling II
    Tue 11/6 Care I
    Thu 11/8 Care II
    Tue 11/13 Reality I
    Thu 11/15 Reality II
    Tue 11/20 Truth I
        Thu 11/22 Thanksgiving Holiday
    Tue 11/27 Introduction I - Part I
    Thu 11/29 Introduction I - Part II
    Tue 12/4 Introduction II - Part I
    Thu 12/6 Introduction II - Part II   Tell A Friend