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The 'Turn' to Time and the Miscarriage of Being

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Author(s): Virgilio Aquino Rivas

Journal: Kritike : An Online Journal of Philosophy
ISSN 1908-7330

Volume: 1;
Issue: 2;
Start page: 65;
Date: 2007;
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Keywords: Martin Heidegger | theory of Being | time

ABSTRACT
Martin Heidegger and Immanuel Kant - two important pillars of contemporary philosophy-were proficient critics of traditional metaphysics in their time. They were known to be critical of a sort of metaphysical striving predisposed to grounding or representing an elusive concept of the universal. (At least, for Kant, the limits of representation are problematized vis-à-vis the regulative principle of the mind). Kant had earlier deconstructed a pre-eminent feature of Western metaphysics, namely, the socalled essence of thing (Ding-an-sich), had it consigned to the noumenon evocative of the paradoxical nature of human knowing: it regulates the boundaries according to which any notion of the infinite, the universal or the absolute can be reflexively thematized, or, thus strategically said, problematized.
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