• A Case Study: Falling from Aristotle to Heidegger

    Author(s):
    Vincent van Gerven Oei (see profile)
    Date:
    2011
    Subject(s):
    Language and languages--Philosophy, Philosophy, Aristotle
    Item Type:
    Dissertation
    Institution:
    European Graduate School
    Tag(s):
    Case, Martin Heidegger, Philosophy of language
    Permanent URL:
    http://dx.doi.org/10.17613/23dq-6t64
    Abstract:
    In this thesis, it is our aim to discuss several aspects and developments of the Greek concept of πτῶσις, commonly know as case. This term was first coined by Aristotle in relation to both the grammatical and the philosophical category of the ὑποκειμένον (hypokeimenon) or subject. It is our contention that the concept of πτῶσις (ptōsis), as it was first developed by Aristotle and inscribed by the Stoic philosophers in a grammatical regime, can be deployed to inspect several aspects of Martin Hei- degger’s concept of the Verfallenheit or fallenness of Dasein, and that a reading of his work through the lens of Stoic grammatical theory reveals several complications of the concept of the subject that have, in our opinion, not yet been brought to the fore.
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