Heidegger, Martin Briefe an Max Müller

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Martin Heidegger und Max Müller standen in brieflichem Kontakt von 1930 bis 1974. Ihr Briefwechsel ist das Dokument eines Verhältnisses zwischen einem philosophischen Lehrer und seinem Schüler, das immer mehr auch zu einem Gespräch zwischen Kollegen und Freunden wird. So sehr Müller sich Heidegger gegenüber dankbar verpflichtet fühlt, verliert er nicht die kritische Distanz Heidegger gegenüber und geht seinen eigenen Denkweg, der von Heidegger wohlwollend begleitet wird. Schon früh musste sich ihr Verhältnis bewähren: Nach 1945, als Müller sich engagiert für Heidegger einsetzte. Weitere Dokumente - wie etwa ein Brief Max Müllers an P. Josef Naber S.J. zur philosophischen Entwicklung Martin Heideggers, Max Müllers Besprechung von Heideggers Einführung in die Metaphysik oder die Ansprache Max Müllers in Meßkirch anlässlich der Verleihung der Ehrenbürgerurkunde am 27. September 1959 - ergänzen den Briefwechsel, der ein wichtiges philosophie- und zeitgeschichtliches Zeugnis darstellt.

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ISBN(s) 9783495480700
Einbandart Einband - flex.(Paperback)
Seitenanzahl 128
Sprache Deutsch
Artikel Typ Physisch
Genre Geisteswissenschaften/Kunst/Musik
Kurztitel Heidegger, Martin: Briefe an Max Müller
Warengruppe HC/Philosophie/Allgemeines, Lexika
ISBN-10 3495480706
Länge 223 mm
Breite 147 mm
Höhe 19 mm
Gewicht 366 gr
Produkttyp Hardcover, Softcover
Verlag Alber Karl Alber, K

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Briefe 1912 bis 1933 und andere Dokumente / Briefe 1912 bis 1933 und andere Dokumente
Briefe 1912 bis 1933 und andere Dokumente / Briefe 1912 bis 1933 und andere Dokumente
Der in diesem Band erstmals veröffentlichte Briefwechsel zwischen Martin Heidegger und Heinrich Rickert umfasst 43 Schriftstücke. Im ersten Brief vom 13. Dezember 1912 entschud19ldigt Heidegger sich für seine Abwesenheit während Rickerts Seminar. Der letzte Brief stammt vom 29. Mai 1933 und ist ein Glückwunschschreiben Rickerts an den neuen Rektor der Universität Freiburg. Der Briefwechsel umfasst also einen großen und wichtigen Abschnitt des Lebens- und Denkweges Martin Heideggers. Er füllt Lücken in der Biographie Heideggers aus und wirft neues Licht einerseits auf seine Beziehungen zur katholischen Kirche, zur Universität Freiburg und zur Philosophie des frühen 20. Jahrhunderts, auf sein Verhältnis zu Rickert, Finke, Krebs, Husserl, Lask und Jaspers. Bemerkenswert ist vor allem die Vertraulichkeit der Beziehung zwischen dem jungen Studenten und dem ehrwürdigen Geheimrat. Neben den Briefen werden acht weitere Dokumente abgedruckt. Der erste Text wurde im Nachlass Rickerts aufbewahrt; es handelt sich hierbei um Heideggers Referat vom Wintersemester 1913/14, das versucht, die Grenzen der naturwissenschaftlichen Begriffsbildung aufzuheben. Das zweite wichtige Dokument ist Heideggers Vortrag "Frage und Urteil", den er am 15. Juli 1915 gehalten hat. Vier kleinere Texte Heideggers dokumentieren das Prompotions- und Habilitationsverfahren: Heideggers Lebenslauf und Erklärung zur Promotion, sein Promotionsgesuch und sein Habilitationsgesuch. Die beiden restlichen Dokumente sind das Gutachten von Arthur Schneider über Heideggers Dissertation Die Lehre vom Urteil im Psychologismus und das Gutachten Rickerts über Heideggers Habilitationsschrift Die Kategorien- und Bedeutungslehre des Duns Scotus (Dissertation und Habilitation sind enthalten in dem Band Frühe Schriften bzw. Band 1 der Martin Heidegger Gesamtausgabe). Um das Bild des Verhältnisses zwischen Heidegger und Rickert zu vervollständigen, wurde in den Anhang eine Liste der Vorlesungen und Seminare Rickerts zwischen 1912 und 1916 aufgenommen.

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