Phenomenological Reviews

Series | Book | Chapter

146698

Aristotle and phenomenology

James Dodd

pp. 181-207

Abstract

This paper explores the centrality of seeing for phenomenological thinking. Through an in-depth discussion of Heidegger's readings of Aristotle, this paper traces the complex relations between perception, language, truth, and falsity. What emerges is a deep connection between phenomenological concern with the philosophical theme of seeing and Aristotle's thinking.

Publication details

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Bloechl Jeffrey, de Warren Nicolas (2015) Phenomenology in a new key: Essays in honor of Richard Cobb-Stevens. Dordrecht, Springer.

Pages: 181-207

DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-02018-1_11

Full citation:

Dodd James (2015) „Aristotle and phenomenology“, In: J. Bloechl & N. De Warren (eds.), Phenomenology in a new key, Dordrecht, Springer, 181–207.