Alby, Juan Carlos
Universidad Nacional del Litoral
Publicado en el 2009 en
Institución Editora: Universidad Nacional de Cuyo. Facultad de Filosofía y Letras Idioma: Español
In his lessons of the Summer semester of 1921 called “St. Augustin and the Neo-Platonism”; M. Heidegger interprets the Bishop of Hipona from what he calls “the factitive experience of life”. This experience would be indissolubly associated to became that turns the human existence historically placed in an ephemeral and transitory unit. Centering in the Book X of Confessiones, Heidegger makes a critic to the Augustinian notion of “memory”, narrowly tied to his famous conception on time developed in the Book XIth of the same write. The philosopher from Freiburg affirms that, though Augustin has overcome the merely psychological conceptions about the memory, still he remains confined in the perspective of language of the traditional Metaphysics. This work tries to trace de Neo-Platonic roots of Augustinian thinking, ignored in the analysis of Heidegger, principally regarding Plotinus legacy and of another Platonic Christianized as Mario Victorinus, and to research this way in what measure that interpretation results faithful to the principal Augustinian intuitions.
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