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Destructive philosophy. [Spanish]

Jorge Enrique Pulido Blanco


This article will study the concept heideggerian of “destruction” or “dismount” [destruktion]. In first place, puting in clear what wants the Heiddeger of the twenties years, the “destruction” concept and wich its philosophical importance, from the exposition of those anchors that establishes its necesity and support itself. In second place, exemplify the destructive process, at the hands of desmontage that the author called the «philosophical conscience». Finally, we make an exposition about the result dismount process and try to take control of the most deep philosophical sense of destruction.


Heidegger, destruction, Dasein, historicity, facticity, stateinterpreted.


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Electronic ISSN: 2011-7477
Department of Humanities and Philosophy
Universidad del Norte
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