Volume 4, Issue Part 2, 2007
Selected Essays from Northern Europe Part 2
Miteinandersein und generative Erfahrung
philosophisch-anthropologische Implikationen der Fundamentalontologie Heideggers und der Kosmologie Finks
This essay is devoted to the analysis of the conceptual grounds of Heidegger’s and Fink’s interpretations of the relation between generations as a factical (anthropological) concretization of being-with-one-another. It is shown, that the cosmological teaching of Fink overcomes a systematic negativity of the existential analysis of Heidegger concerning the following questions: 1) what kind of infinity is accessible for human being in its fundamental finitude? 2) how is constituted the authentic being-with-one-another? 3) what kind of attunement is decisive for human being? These three moments are considered in their interconditionality which is clarified in the frame of the phenomenological description of the interrelation between parent and child.