Philosophy 290-5

Fall 2004

Number Title Instructor Days/time Room
290-5 Division II of Heideggar’s Being and Time Dreyfus M 2-4 116 Haviland

We will read all of Division II of Being and Time, but we will move rapidly through the existentialist elements (Chapters I, II, and III) and concentrate on Heidegger’s account of temporality (Chapters IV, V, and VI). Seminar presentations and papers will be exclusively on temporality. Prerequisite: Having received an A or A minus in Philosophy 185. Required text: M. Heidegger, Being and Time, Macquarrie trans, Harper and Row Related reading: (on reserve in Howison Library)