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Re: [xmca] VS: Fakhrutdinova & perezhivanie

Hi rauno
I would appreciate this article.

On this theme do others see a shift from *looking and listening*  to
*seeing and hearing*.
I sense that Heidegger was exploring looking and listening AS *care*.
Going to meet the world *as given* with care.

However the emphasis was on concealment, suspicion, unheimlich and a search
to return home. Gadamer, working in the same tradition already feels we are
home and our home is dialogue.

This tradition questions the cognitive (Kant) turn but there is room for
different character formations of *care*

Care as what matters. Care as anticipation.
For gadamer what matters is *participation/play*.

The criticism of gadamer is the focus on tradition as conservative.
Critical theory as a hermeneutics of suspicion attempts to see through
tradition. Gadamer would answer it is from tradition that we see tradition.

Rauno, this is why I would like to read this article. Looking and seeing,
anticipation and presence, sedimentation and spontaneity, swirling swirling
as experience.


On Wed, Mar 6, 2013 at 5:22 AM, Rauno Huttunen <rakahu@utu.fi> wrote:

> Hello,
> If anybody is interest in Heidegger-Sartre debate, please read article
> "The Sartre-Heidegger Controversy on Humanism and the Concept of Man in
> Education" by Kakkori & Huttunen (Educational Philosophy and Theory, Volume
> 44, Issue 4, pages 351–365, June 2012):
> http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1469-5812.2010.00680.x/abstract;jsessionid=54DFE80541FCBA2246A4912A030BF6D4.d02t01?deniedAccessCustomisedMessage=&userIsAuthenticated=false
> I can sent the article, if needed.
> Rauno Huttunen
> Lecturer
> Department of Education
> University of Turku
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> Aihe: [xmca] Fakhrutdinova & perezhivanie
> After having read Fakhrutdinova’s “On the Pnenomenon of ‘Perezhivanie’”, I
> was reminded of  Martin Heidegger’s response (“Letter on Humanism” p. 208,
> in Martin Heidegger’s Basic Writings, 1977) to Jean Paul Sartre is that
> Sartre, “stays with metaphysics in oblivion of the truth of Being.”
> If I’m understanding correctly, “perezhivanie” is structural unit of
> consciousness – rather like, say, a human’s thumb is a structural unit of a
> hand – and as such allows human existence through consciousness to develop,
> shape and transform itself.
> But, there are all of these metaphysical terms: spirit, essence, soul,
> magic, dialectic unity, transcendental reflection, spiritual principle
> (which separates us from animals!), inner self, higher I, shell of
> personality, heart of the human psyche, oedipal complex, etc., to list a
> partial inventory.
> And this metaphysical excursion is to explain why “these days one rarely
> encounters a mature, adult, responsible, creative, self-aware person who
> know what he (sic) wants.”
> Except that we’ve got Gurdjieff to explain that, “Man is a machine.”  I
> remember a Walt Disney educational film from the 1950’s explaining that man
> is a machine.  And I suppose the universe is still a clock.
> In the end, I was left wondering if the researchers themselves are
> attempting to understand what happened to the consciousness of the citizens
> of the soviet union as they existed under the communist “finite state
> machine”.  After all, the soviet state organization focus was to erase
> diverse reflection, creativity and consciousness within an entire
> population in lieu of a state determined cultural structure of
> consciousness.  (This is what all state power structures attempt to do,
> it’s just that totalitarian regimes are more tenacious and violent in their
> implementation of state control.  Witness the social violence in China, for
> example, particularly over Tibet; or racial segregation in the American
> South.)
> I was not convinced that any of the research was grounded in empirical
> standards of research.  (yes, a cultural construction - but i don't know of
> any other methods of research grounded in professional consensus.)
> Anyway, my two-bits, half-baked response.
> phillip
> Phillip White, PhD
> Urban Community Teacher Education Program
> School of Education & Human Development
> University of Colorado Denver
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