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The Deconstruction of Time

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The Deconstruction of Time is the first book to examine what has become the fundamental, even defining, project in Continental philosophy: double rethinking. Begun by Edmund Husserl, this area of inquiry in part seeks to rethink time in terms of our experience of it; a second aspect, begun by Martin Heidegger, is an attempt to rethink ourselves (and philosophy itself) in terms of the results of that initial rethinking. Using Jacques Derrida as his point of reference, David Wood undertakes a critical reformulation of double rethinking through discussions of Friedrich Nietzsche, Husserl, and Heidegger. But The Deconstruction of Time is more than a critical history of the development of the topic: it includes important contributions to the phenomenology of time (as "cosmic," "dialectical," "phenomenal," and so on) and a rereading of Derrida. In recent years, considerations of Wood's themes have grown in importance. The Deconstruction of Time is a groundbreaking study of a topic that has become vital in Continental philosophy.

Sorozatcím:
Contemporary Studies in Philosophy & the Human Sciences
Kiadó:
Humanities Press International, Inc.
Kiadás éve:
1989
Kiadás helye:
Atlantic Highlands
ISBN:
9780391027435
Kötés típusa:
fűzött műbőr kiadói borítóban
Terjedelem:
430
Nyelv:
angol
Méret:
Szélesség: 16.00cm, Magasság: 24.00cm
Kategória:
Acknowledgments ix
Summary xi
Introduction 1
Part One: Nietzsche's Transvaluation of Time 9
Part Two: Husserl's Phenomenology of Time 37
1 The lntuitional Foundations of Husserl's
Phenomenology and the Requirement of an
Original (Pre-Objective) Temporality 39
2 Husserl's Analysis of Time-Consciousness 53
3 Derrida's Reading of Husserl 111
Part Three: Heidegger's Treatment of Time and Temporality:
A Critical Analysis of Being and Time 135
1 Intentionality: A Central Problem 137
2 The Existential Grounding 159
3 Death, Resoluteness, and Care 179
4 Time and Temporality 221
5 From the Earlier to the Later Heidegger
(and Derrida) 251
Part Four: Time Beyond Deconstruction 265
1 Derrida's Deconstruction of Time and Its Limitations 267
2 Derrida and the Paradoxes of Reflection 279
3 The Question of Strategy 293
Postscript to The Question of Strategy 311
4 Time and Interpretation 319
5 Some Temporal Structures of Language:
Prolegomena to a Future Theory of Time 335
6 The Philosophy of the Future 361
Notes 385
Biblíography 415
Index 423


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