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By Don Ihde, Richard M. Zaner (auth.), Don Ihde, Richard M. Zaner (eds.)

Phenomenology within the usa is in a country of ferment and alter. now not all of the alterations are satisfied ones, in spite of the fact that, for probably the most favourite philosophers of the 1st iteration of phenomenologists have died: in 1959 Alfred Schutz, and in the previous years John \Vild, Dorion Cairns, and Aron Gur­ witsch. those thinkers, even though usually confronting a opposed intel­ lectual weather, have been however power and profoundly influential-through their very own works, and during their scholars. the 2 assets linked to their names, The Graduate school of the recent institution for Social learn, and the circle round John Wild first at Harvard and later at Northwestern and Yale, produced a large element of the now moment gener­ ation American phenomenological philosophers. In a manner, it was once the very hostility of the yankee philo­ sophical milieu which grew to become an immense think about the ferment now happening. even supposing the older, first iteration phenome­ nologists have been deeply conversant with different philosophical circulation­ ments the following and in another country, their efforts at significant discussion have been mostly neglected. made up our minds to not stay remoted from the dominant currents of Anglo-American philosophy in par­ ticular, the second one new release opened how to a discussion with analytic philosophers, specially throughout the efforts of the Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy, led via 2 creation such males as James M. Edie and Hubert Dreyfus and, in different respects, Herbert Spiegelberg and Maurice Natanson.

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Benveniste himself notes this on p. 63. Cf. also, M. Heidegger, "On the Grammar and Etymology of the \'Yord "Being"" in An Introduction to Metaphysics, New Haven, 1959, pp. 52ff. THE COPULA SUPPLEMENT 39 to the Indo-European languages which is not at all a universal situation or a necessary condition. Of course the Greek thinkers in their turn acted upon the language, enriched the meanings, and created new forms. It is indeed from philosophical reflection on "being" that the abstract substantive derived from einai arose; we see it being created in the course of history: at first as essia in Dorian Phythagorism and in Plato, then as ousia, which won out.

52 Thus it happens that the lexical absence is "supplemented" by only a simple absence. ) that no graphic sign in the ordinary sense, no fullness of writing, would chance to denote. The absence of "to be," the absence of this singular lexeme, is absence itself. Isn't the semantic value of absence dependant on the lexical-semantic worth of "to be"? It is within the purview of this question that we shall perhaps 52. , p. 164. " It sufficed to juxtapose the nominal terms of the utterance in order to get a nominal sentence with the supplementary feature-probable, although not graphemically represented-of a pause between the terms.

If nothing more is left to us, we must seek at least to grasp this last vestige of a possession. " We have answered this question in two ways which have led us into the grammar and the etymology of the word. " I. Grammatical investigation of the word form shows that in the infinitive the definite meanings of the word no longer make themselves felt: they are effaced. Substantivization completely stabilizes and objectifies this effacement. The word becomes a name for something indeterminate. 57. , p.

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