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On Figal’s Heidegger-Critique in Gegenständlichkeit

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AbstractThe paper is divided into four brief but related sections: (I) a description of Figal’s resuscitation and reinterpretation of the word that informs the title of his book, the word “Gegenstand,” and his Heidegger-critique regarding this resuscitation; (II) an examination of an important strain of the aforementioned lineage, namely, the role of Wilhelm von Humboldt as source for Heidegger’s and his own Sprachdenken; (III) an account of the Figal-Heidegger encounter with respect to the speaking of language; and (IV) the culmination of the “Sprache” chapter and some comments upon the outcome with regard to philosophy of language.

Affiliations: 1: Duquesne University


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