Eidos

Eidos is an international peer-reviewed open-access electronic journal published by theDepartment of Humanities and Philosophy at the Universidad del Norte. It fosters original scholarly studies in all fields of philosophy committed to the current approaches to the diverse issues of philosophical enquiry, as well as discussions, essays reviews and books reviews and translations of outstanding philosophical studies. It welcomes preferably papers written in English and Spanish but also accepts manuscripts in French, Italian and Portuguese in order to promote an enthusiastic worldwide dialogue on the pluralistic philosophical attitudes to all areas of interest in humanities. Its wide-ranging focus, besides including papers on aesthetics, epistemology, metaphysics, feminism, phenomenology, history of science and history of philosophy, also diffuses critical studies on practical philosophy. Due to its comprehensive scopeEidos seeks to keep abreast of the present state of affairs of philosophical research. From 2003 to 2005 it issued one number per year. From 2006 up to present it is published online semiannually in June 15th and December 15th.

 

 


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Titulo: Martín Heidegger. La experiencia del camino

Descripción: Martin Heidegger: la experiencia del camino es el resultado del encuentro de varios de los más connotados especialistas internacionales y nacionales en torno a la figura del filósofo de Meßkirch. En un recorrido que pasa por una buena parte de la obra monumental de este pensador alemán, el lector encontrará profundas y sugestivas contribuciones acerca del pensamiento heideggeriano anterior a Ser y Tiempo, y en torno a éste su escrito capital; dilucidaciones de su filosofía posterior a la Kehre así como reflexiones que toman como eje central los conceptos del arte, el lenguaje y la poesía, y la confrontación de su pensamiento con la filosofía de Schelling, Hegel, Bergson y Nietzsche. Grandes conocedores del pensamiento de Martin Heidegger provenientes de Alemania, Italia, España, Argentina, Chile, México y Colombia dan a este escrito el carácter de un texto de referencia obligada para quien esté interesado en conocer el estado actual de la investigación en torno a la filosofía de uno de los más agudos e influyentes filósofos de la historia del pensamiento occidental.

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Current Issue No 35 (2021): January-june

Table of Contents


Front Matter

Cover [Spanish]
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2-4


Content
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54
 

5-8



Editorial

Editorial [Spanish]
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51
Pedro Pablo Serna Serna, Carlos Julio Pájaro Muñoz

9-14



Articles

Inter-Epochal Dialogues in the Platonic Alcibiades I. Phenomenological Aspects on Intersubjectivity and Empathy in the Analogy of the Sight [Spanish]
Claudia Teresa Mársico

15-39


Aristotle, the Socratic. Some Limits of Aristotle’s Review on Socratic Intellectualism [Spanish]
Esteban Bieda

40-67


The Concept of Science in Ockham’s Work [Spanish]
Jean Paul Martínez Zepeda

68-91


Langage et société: pragmatique de la communication. Hommage à Oswald Ducrot
Sebastian Alejandro González, Juliane Bertrand

92-121


Sickness and Literature: A Perspective Taking into Account Kierkegaard’s and Kafka’s Points of View [Spanish]
Fabio Bartoli

122-146


Brushing against the Grain the History... of Science: Heisenberg in the Light of Benjamin’s Philosophy of History and Marcuse’s Criticism of Technological Rationality [Spanish]
Henar Lanza González

147-175


Temporal Continuous and Sensible Interruption. Husserl, Proust and the Artwork’s Discontinuous Time [Spanish]
Federico Ignacio Viola

176-206


Body as Theater: Phenomenology and Emotions [Spanish]
Ariela Battán Horenstein

207-235


Relations between the Singularization of Dasein and Heidegger’s Discourse at the Time of Sein und Zeit [Spanish]
Luis Fernando Butierrez

236-269


Logos, Logic and Language: Heidegger‘s Path to the Commotion (Erschütterung) of Logic [Spanish]
Ángel Xolocotzi Yáñez

270-292


To Kill the Author. Critical Story of a Hermeneutical Crime [Spanish]
Juan Francisco Manrique Charry

293-320


Life as A Scandal of Truth. Foucault and The Cynics [Spanish]
Miguel Ángel Martín Martínez

321-348


Laws of Nature or How do People Prepare Their Character to Support Civil Status? [Spanish]
Christian Nuñez

349-373


Do not Worsen Others’ Situation: the Lockean Proviso and the Original Appropriations in Nozick’s Entitlement Theory [Spanish]
Felipe Schwember, Daniel Loewe

374-403


Politics, Citizenship and Subjectivity. Étienne Balibar’s and Jacques Rancière’s Thought on Emancipation and Democracy [Spanish]
Lucia Vinuesa

404-434



Contributors

Contributors [Spanish]
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53
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8
 

435-439



Back Matter

Credits [Spanish]
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