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Journal:   KNOWLEDGE (JOURNAL OF HUMAN SCIENCES)   FALL 2008-WINTER 2009 , Volume - , Number 59/1; Page(s) 43 To 70.
 
Paper: 

DEATH, THE ONTOLOGICAL MIRROR OF MARTIN HEIDEGGER

 
 
Author(s):  HEIDARI A.*
 
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Abstract: 

Martin Heidegger has defined Dasein (i.e. a co-term for being in the world) as creature that enjoys existential worries as its salient feature. This fundamental feature has led it to existential questions, which have been the focal point of its existentialist thoughts. However, which one of Dasein's possibilities provides better opportunities to confront the world? Heidegger has introduced "death" as the most special possibility of Dasein. The present study is an attempt to explain lucidly Heidegger's implicit statements on ontological interpretation of death. The author examines the ontological facets of these visions in any references to the fivefold visions of death in the way defined by Heidegger. In his opinian, death is ontological and existential. In Heidegger's view, all research and questions, which examine death from biological, psychological, and terminological perspectives, in terms of method analysis are analyzed existentially. This is a different interpretation of death that reflects authentic existence. By recourse to this interpretation as a final possibility, which destroys all other alternatives, finds a way to the authentic existence? The existential imminence of death warps the perception of death and is estranged from pathology, conventionality, and ethnography. In addition, this. Study is a search to formally uncover the Heidegger's ontological concepts of visions of death and to compare those beliefs with "Being with" ontic ones - a term coined by Heidegger.

 
Keyword(s): DASEIN, DEATH, DECEASE, ONTOLOGICAL INTERPRETATION OF DEATH, INEVITABILITY OF DEATH, MORTALITY, DEFINITE DEATH, INDETERMINATE DEATH
 
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