Introduction to lebendiger Geist in Heidegger’s Duns Scotus / Introducción a lebendiger Geist en el Duns Escoto de Martin Heidegger / Introduction to lebendiger Geist in Heidegger’s Duns Scotus

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In early Heidegger works and philosophical training, his connection to medieval and Scholastic thought —and the context in which he pretend a chair at the University of Freiburg— encouraged him to choose a research on Duns Scotus as the subject matter for his habilitation. It is particularly interesting how in his interpretation on Scotus (Thomas of Erfurt) Heidegger is able to place some of the Doctor Subtilis’ most important thesis into the contemporary philosophical debate, in which Heidegger outlines some key concepts of his later Hermeneutics. Lebendiger Geist (living spirit) is one of those.

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