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NEUMANN SOTO, Hardy. Heidegger and Kant's thesis on being. Regarding the conference of 1961. Prax. filos. [online]. 2010, n.30, pp. 65-84. ISSN 0120-4688.
The present article intent to identify the main interpretative proposals that are in the base of the ideas developed by Heidegger in the Conference of 1961 "the thesis Kant's on Being" (Kants These über das Sein). The core of that thesis is the idea of position. After the determination of the hermeneutical situation to access to the thesis and the specification of the extent that some expressions in the enuntiation of the thesis have, the work discusses the subjective character that obtain the thesis in virtue of the interpretation of the position as representation (Vorstellung). This circumstance allows Heidegger, in a new step, determine more accurately the thesis understanding the Being as a transcendental predicate, although one last determination concerning the same is gained in a "reflection over the reflection". The main purpose of the article is to show how these steps in the dense heideggerian interpretation are carried out.
Keywords : Being; position; representation; predicate; reflexion.