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Discusiones Filosóficas

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ABALO C, Francisco. The starting point of the formal indication: heidegger's criticism to the operations of generalization and formalization. discus.filos [online]. 2016, vol.17, n.28, pp.153-170. ISSN 0124-6127.  http://dx.doi.org/10.17151/difil.2016.17.28.9.

In the last decades, Heideggerian scholarship has become very aware about the relevance of the formal indication. For many scholars, this concept is the master key for understanding the main methodic aspects of Heidegger's thinking. As it is well known, the first time that the author introduces this concept, is in the critical context of the discussion of another conceptual operations. This article deals only with Heidegger's critical exposition of the generalization and formalization. The purpose of this is to show that such exposition involves a much complex discussion with Husserl's phenomenology. Therefore, the claim of this article is that the problem of the philosophical concepts is the critical problem of the methodological principles of the philosophical investigation.

Keywords : Heidegger; Husserl; phenomenology; hermeneutic; formal indication.

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