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dc.creatorSáez Rueda,Luises
dc.date.accessioned2023-01-23T12:54:24Z
dc.date.available2023-01-23T12:54:24Z
dc.date.issued2021
dc.identifier.citationSáez Rueda, u. (2021). El olvido heideggeriano del Ser (como génesis intensiva). A propósito de la disolución fenomenológico-aleteiológica de la physis. Araucaria, 23 (48), 79-100. https://doi.org/10.12795/araucaria.2021.i48.04.
dc.identifier.issn2340-2199es
dc.identifier.issn1575-6823es
dc.identifier.urihttps://hdl.handle.net/11441/141754
dc.description.abstractEl ensayo parte de la concepción heideggeriana del ser como una diferencia de carácter fenomenológico-aleteiológico, es decir, como acontecimiento de “sentido” y de la verdad del ser. El autor defiende que es posible pensar una diferencia óntico-ontológica de carácter genético intensivo no reductible a la anterior e inherente a la noción de physis. Heidegger, según la tesis central, diluye la segunda en la primera, ofreciendo como única alternativa una comprensión devaluada de la génesis como devenir óntico, alternativa que liga al olvido del ser. Olvida, así, y a su pesar, al ser, comprendido al modo genético y diferencial. Se analiza este olvido en varios contextos: el de la confrontación de Heidegger con Nietzsche, el de su interpretación del devenir y el de su asimilación del idealismo alemán. Al ir caracterizando al ser como génesis son injertados por el autor puntos de vista de G. Simondon, G. Deleuze, Schelling y Hölderlines
dc.description.abstractThe essay starts from the Heideggerian conception of being as a difference with a phenomenological-aleteiological character, that is, as an event of sense and of the truth of being. The author defends that it is possible to think an ontic-ontological difference with a genetic-intensive character that cannot be reduced to the previous one and is inherent in the notion of physis. Heidegger, according to the central thesis, dilutes the second in the first, offering as the only alternative a devalued understanding of genesis as ontic becoming, an alternative that links to the forgetting of being. Therefore, and despite himself, he forgets being, understood in a genetic and differential way. This forgetting is analyzed in various contexts: that of Heidegger's confrontation with Nietzsche, that of his interpretation of becoming and that of his assimilation of german idealism. By characterizing being as genesis, the author inserts various points of view of G. Simondon, G. Deleuze, Schelling and Hölderlin.es
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dc.subjectDiferencia óntico-ontológicaes
dc.subjectGénesises
dc.subjectPhysises
dc.subjectHeideggeres
dc.subjectNietzschees
dc.subjectSimondones
dc.subjectDeleuzees
dc.subjectIdealismo alemánes
dc.subjectOntic-ontological differencees
dc.subjectGenesises
dc.subjectPhysises
dc.subjectHeideggeres
dc.subjectNietzschees
dc.subjectSimondones
dc.subjectDeleuzees
dc.subjectGerman idealismes
dc.titleEl olvido heideggeriano del Ser (como génesis intensiva). A propósito de la disolución fenomenológico-aleteiológica de la physises
dc.title.alternativeThe Heideggerian Forgetting of the Being (as Intensive Genesis). About the Phenomenological-Aleteiological Dissolution of Physises
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dc.relation.publisherversionhttps://dx.doi.org/10.12795/araucaria.2021.i48.04es
dc.identifier.doi10.12795/araucaria.2021.i48.04es
dc.journaltitleAraucariaes
dc.publication.volumen23es
dc.publication.issue48es
dc.publication.initialPage79es
dc.publication.endPage100es

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