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Publication DataHeidegger, Martin,
Philosophie. English]Basic concepts of ancient philosophy
Martin Heideggertranslated by Richard Rojcewicz.
(Studies in Continental thought)Includes bibliographical references.ISBN
alk. paper)1. Philosophy, Ancient. I. Title.
On the aim and character of the course.52. Preliminary determination of the concept of philosophy over andagainst the current views.53. Preliminary determination of the object of philosophy overand against the positive sciences: philosophy as critical science54. The
function of philosophy: to separate anddifferentiate beings from Being.55. Aim and method ofthe course.56. The most important resources for texts. Sources regardingthe historical transmission. General presentations and themost important study aids.a) The most important resources for texts.b) The handing down ofphilosophy among the Greek thinkersthemselves. (Sources regarding the historical transmission.)c) General presentations.d) Encyclopedia articles.e) General studies in the history of ancient thinking.
General Introduction to Ancient Philosophy
Working out ofthe central concepts and questions of ancient philosophy, with the first book ofAristotle's
Epochs of ancient philosophy.
Methodological middle way: Aristotle as guide.Structure ofthe first book of the
editions and commentaries.59. Various modes ofdisclosing and
More precise characterization of
On the concept of
in Aristotle.a) On the character of Aristotle's presentation ofthe previousphilosophies: orientation with respect to the guideline,namely Aristotle's theory of the causes. Taking a positionon the reproach of proceeding unhistorically.b) Determination of the concept of
chap. 1.512. The question of the causes in the previous philosophy.
The working out ofthe
in theprevious philosophy.