The question of method in Martin Heidegger’s early philosophy has been the subject of several important academic works. Despite an in-depth study of its origin, operability, meaning, etc., the academic literature has failed to highlight a fundamental aspect of this method, namely its independent philosophical potential, that is, its ability to be used for a philosophical questioning which does not compromise itself with the concrete investigations carried out by its author. Within this scope, the following paper pursues two objectives. On the one hand, it is intended to describe in an orderly and clear manner the methodical aspects of hermeneutic phenomenology based on the motivations that shape it and, on the other hand, it is intended to establish the possibility of a philosophical use of this method for independent research.
|Título traducido de la contribución
|Martin heidegger’s hermeneutic phenomenological method and the possibility of independent philosophical inquiry
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|Publicada - 2021