OJPP  Vol.3 No.2 , May 2013
Heidegger: Being and Time and the Care for the Self
Abstract: The secret of Being and Time and of its constant cultural and philosophical presence lies in its unusual hermeneutical richness. Being and Time becomes, so to speak, a precise seismometer capable of detecting the slips and falls of the contemporary era with surprising accuracy. It offers us an exact scan of the ethical and moral conscience of our time. Being and Time does not develop a philosophical theory among others, rather it faces the challenge of thoroughly reflecting upon the dilemma that is constantly present in philosophy, namely the question of human being and its relation to being in general. From this point of view, I would like to consider the possibility of reading this fundamental work of Heidegger as an ethics of the care, that is, as book that promotes a cultivation of the self and the other.
Cite this paper: Escudero, J. (2013). Heidegger: Being and Time and the Care for the Self. Open Journal of Philosophy, 3, 302-307. doi: 10.4236/ojpp.2013.32047.

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