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What's Wrong with Being and Time: A Buddhist Critique
Author Loy, David R.
Source Time and Society
Volumev.1 n.2
Pages239 - 255
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
KeywordHeidegger, Martin; Death; Fear; Existentialism; Time
AbstractFor Heidegger, as existential psychology, our primary repression is death-fear. But since Being and Time misses 'the return of the repressed' in symbolic form, Heidegger overlooks how future-oriented temporality can become 'a schema for the expiation of guilt'. Heidegger's authentic and inauthentic ways of experiencing time are both reactions to the inevitable possibility of death. To see how time might be experienced without the shadow of death, Heidegger's approach is contrasted with the Buddhist deconstruction of time, which denies the commonsense duality between self and time.
Created date2002.02.02
Modified date2014.03.28

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