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Bild und Ding

Heideggers Auslegung der Husserlschen Bildlehre

Back to issue: Phänomenologische Forschungen 2010
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In four of his Marburg lectures, Martin Heidegger refers to Husserl’s interpretation of image consciousness. On first sight, his remarks seem to be nothing more than neutral renderings of Husserl’s statements. However, a more careful look shows that his interpretation differs in several significant points, and that, by focusing on the central difference between Naturding and Umweltding, which Heidegger brings into play, we can even develop a substantial line of criticism against the Husserlian conception.