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Hearing Heidegger

proximities and readings

Sinéad Hogan

pp. 101-117


In this article, I will consider the phenomenology of "voice' in Sein und Zeit and situate it in relation to the term téléiopoièse that Derrida coined in Politics of Friendship. This article will predominantly focus on how the notion of téléiopoièse both performs and responds to a deconstructive reading of voice and proximity in Heidegger's thought and how it leads us to think the spacing-temporalising disruption we can consider as Da-sein's class="EmphasisTypeItalic ">différance. I will then relate the ethos of the non-positionality of voice in Sein und Zeit to Heidegger's critique of the essence of technology.

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Georgakis Tziovanis, Ennis Paul J. (2015) Heidegger in the twenty-first century. Dordrecht, Springer.

Pages: 101-117

DOI: 10.1007/978-94-017-9679-8_7

Full citation:

Hogan Sinéad (2015) „Hearing Heidegger: proximities and readings“, In: T. Georgakis & P. J. Ennis (eds.), Heidegger in the twenty-first century, Dordrecht, Springer, 101–117.