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Martin Heidegger: De la tarea hermenéutica como “destrucción” (1922) a la “selección racial” como “metafísicamente necesaria” (1941-42)

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Author(s): Julio Quesada Martin

Journal: Revista Observaciones Filosóficas
ISSN 0718-3712

Volume: 10;
Issue: 1;
Date: 2010;
Original page

Keywords: Metaphysics | ontology | intentionality | caring | archetypes | racial selection | hermeneutics | factual | historical fate | production | anti-humanism

ABSTRACT
The present paper intends to show an internal logic in Heidegger's thought that has its point of departure in the task of hermeneutics (1922) as destruction of those improper interpretations of being. According to Heidegger, that is the task of true philosophical research as a return to the origin of the West in its ontological purity, an end for which it must transform phenomenological intentionality into Sorge, in order to re-discover the true meaning of ousia as being-produced. This radical logic of the origin of being-there is expressed as political praxis in the Winter Semester of 1941-42, claiming that racial selection is, institutionally, metaphysically necessary; a selection based upon the archetype of authentic life or human existence (1922) which, nine years later, is identified as Übermensch.
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