Heidegger, Authenticity

Reply Mon 14 Nov, 2016 12:10 pm
Somewhere I read 'as a phenomenological-ontological account,
Heidegger’s description explicitly eschews the kinds of “ontic” details (properties belonging
to particular beings) that might make his account more accessible to individual selves.`
does the divergence allow a comparative study of authenticity and selfhood from Heideggerean viewpoint?
this question is very important to me since my dissertation project is going to be on this subject.
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Reply Tue 15 Nov, 2016 04:24 pm
Any philosophical concept seriously understood offers sufficient "divergence".

Who would be the authority from which you derived the concept of "selfhood" as comparandum?

Why are you asking here, don't like your adviser?
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