Dwelling, Place and Environment
David Seamon (Hrsg.), Robert Mugerauer (Hrsg.)
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Sachbuch / Philosophie: Allgemeines, Nachschlagewerke
themes among the essays resurface and resonate. Though our request for essays was broad and open-ended, we found that topics such as seeing, authenticity, interpretation, wholeness, care, and dwelling ran as undercur- rents throughout. Our major hope is that each essay plays a part in revealing a larger whole of meaning which says much about a more humane relation- ship with places, environments and the earth as our home. Part I. Beginnings and directions At the start, we recognize the tremendous debt this volume owes to philosopher Martin Heidegger (1890-1976), whose ontological excavations into the nature of human existence and meaning provide the philosophical foundations for many of the essays, particularly those in Part I of the volume. Above all else, Heidegger was regarded by his students and colleagues as a master teacher. He not only thought deeply but was also able to show others how to think and to question. Since he, perhaps more than anyone else in this century, provides the instruction for dOing a phenomenology and hermeneutic of humanity's existential situation, he is seminal for phenomenological and hermeneutical research in the environmental disci- plines. He presents in his writings what conventional scholarly work, especially the scientific approach, lacks; he helps us to evoke and under- stand things through a method that allows them to come forth as they are; he provides a new way to speak about and care for our human nature and environment.