Der Mensch als Fragment - in der Spur eines anderen Idealismus?
Eugen Fink und der arme Hölderlin
The other Hölderlin, an unheroic, unprophetic, un-German, in a word: a poor Hölderlin, might have played an essential role in the development of Eugen Fink’s experienceable ontology as an/other form of idealism. Understood cosmologically as a “quarrel” or “game” between heaven and earth, it is designed to realize Husserl’s term “Weltbewusstseinsleben” as illustrated by Fink’s remark: “Coexistence in cognition is at the same time a testimony to the heavenly spirit.” Thus, a twofold question arises: If, in cognition, coexistence is at the same time a testimony to the heavenly spirit, what is it outside of cognition, if anything? And how does it come to cognition? Reading Fink and Hölderlin together, I suggest the following answers: 1. In cognition, coexistence
Boelderl, A. R. (2022). Der Mensch als Fragment - in der Spur eines anderen Idealismus?: Eugen Fink und der arme Hölderlin. Phänomenologische Forschungen – Neue Folge 2022 (2), pp. 225-240.
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