By Jules Simon
"Art and accountability is a worldly exploration of the moral implications of the classy and the cultured implications of the moral. Simon explores this subject via a phenomenological research of the concept of Heidegger and Rosenzweig. rather than generating an highbrow historical past of those thinkers, the writer seeks to elicit the moral repercussions in their philosophies of artwork via cautious philological-textual research in their dense writings. The juxtaposition of those seminal German thinkers has engendered a desirable learn that certainly will impress vigorous dialogue and debate within the years to come." --
Elliot R. Wolfson, Abraham Lieberman Professor of Hebrew and Judaic reviews, manhattan collage, USA
“Art and accountability is a cosmopolitan exploration of the moral implications of the cultured and the classy implications of the moral. Simon explores this subject via a phenomenological research of the idea of Heidegger and Rosenzweig. rather than generating an highbrow historical past of those thinkers, the writer seeks to elicit the moral repercussions in their philosophies of artwork via cautious philological-textual research in their dense writings. The juxtaposition of those seminal German thinkers has engendered a desirable learn that absolutely will impress full of life dialogue and debate within the years to come.” --
Elliot R. Wolfson, Abraham Lieberman Professor of Hebrew and Judaic stories, ny college, USA
About the Author
Jules Simon is affiliate Professor of Philosophy and Director of the heart for technology, expertise, Ethics, and coverage on the collage of Texas at El Paso, united states. he's the co-editor of The Double Binds of Ethics after the Holocaust: Salvaging the Fragments (Palgrave MacMillan Press, 2009). Professor Simon is at the editorial board and works as publication editor for the Rosenzweig Jahrbuch/Yearbook.>
Read Online or Download Art and Responsibility: A Phenomenology of the Diverging Paths of Rosenzweig and Heidegger PDF
Similar phenomenology books
This e-book poses the query of what lies on the restrict of philosophy. via shut reviews of French phenomenologist Maurice Merleau-Ponty's lifestyles and paintings, the authors learn one of many 20th century's so much interdisciplinary philosophers whose notion intersected with and contributed to the practices of paintings, psychology, literature, religion and philosophy.
Phenomenology, in keeping with Husserl, is intended to be philosophy as rigorous technology. It was once Franz Brentano who encouraged him to pursue the right of medical philosophy. notwithstanding Husserl begun his philosophical profession as an orthodox disciple of Brentano, he finally started to have doubts approximately this orientation.
Transcendental phenomenology presumed to have conquer the vintage mind-body dichotomy when it comes to cognizance. may still we certainly dissolve the specificity of human attention by way of explaining human event in its a number of sense-giving modalities in the course of the physiological features of the mind? the current choice of stories addresses this significant query difficult such "naturalizing" reductionism from a number of angles.
Heidegger: A severe Reader (1992) gathers the tips of English-language philosophers who've usually been effect by means of French philosophers who had Heidegger on their minds. A German standpoint is incorporated in a translation of a preface written through Habermas for a publication approximately Heidegger and the Nazi period.
- Collected Papers, Volume 5: Phenomenology and the Social Sciences (Phaenomenologica, Volume 205)
- Pragmatism and Phenomenology: A Philosophic Encounter
- Heidegger, Levinas, Derrida: The Question of Difference
- The New Yearbook for Phenomenology and Phenomenological Philosophy: Volume 3
- The Cinema of Takeshi Kitano: Flowering Blood (Directors' Cuts)
Extra resources for Art and Responsibility: A Phenomenology of the Diverging Paths of Rosenzweig and Heidegger
Mephistopheles goes on to reply: “Descend then! I could also say ascend! / It is all the same. ) our usual ways of thinking. For Rosenzweig, this is the activity of historically informed self-reﬂection. And like Faust, we also go via negation in order to ﬁnd out about the origin of things and the initiation of our acts. 10 Our stations along the way in the text, however, are structured by what Rosenzweig calls the metasciences that are built on a foundation of mathematical logic learned from Hermann Cohen and colored by Rosenzweig’s selective readings of aesthetic productions from antiquity.
This is the act and movement in god whose structure is ﬁnite but is nonetheless an always-new inﬁnity (as act) breaking out of its ﬁnite source (as a negation of all ﬁnite others). For this reason it is also inexhaustible power (unerschöpﬂiche Macht), because of the way it ﬂows out of an inexhaustible source (Quelle). Moreover, it is not the freedom of god — as subject, because that would entail a relationship of god to something outside of god — as object, but is rather entirely self-enclosed intra-subjective activity.
By beginning with a denial of nothing, it appears that there are two ways to continue the task of deﬁning this particular nothing called god, which depends on analyzing the structures of thinking in itself. One way of thinking is that of “afﬁrmation” (Bejahung) of the initial negation of the posited nothing of god, what Rosenzweig refers to as the “not-nothing” (Nichtnichts) or “thesought-after” (das Gesuchten: the something). 15 The other way is that of “denial” (Verneinung) and refers to that which is presupposed, namely, the nothing.