Penúltimo cuaderno: Una reivindicación de la cultura by Antonio Prieto

By Antonio Prieto

Una reivindicación de los angeles cultura humanística, asediada y cada vez más relegada hoy en día, pero que aquí recobra un sorprendente aliento, quizá porque, como cube el propio autor, se trata «de una larga tradición que se hace novedad cada vez que unos ojos l. a. existen».

No se deje engañar el lector por el matiz de humildad –y casi de ironía– con el que el profesor Antonio Prieto ha titulado esta antología own de artículos, conferencias y clases porque en estas páginas, de periodos e intenciones diversas, se recoge un encomiable compendio de sabiduría humanística. Si por un lado trazan un recorrido por los angeles memoria very important y los intereses académicos del profesor –con lucidez y erudición pasa de Boscán a l. a. Celestina, de Lope a Moratín, de los angeles novela histórica a l. a. pintura renacentista–, en estos textos, leídos en conjunto, se percibe el latido de una reivindicación de l. a. cultura –clásica, renacentista y aun contemporánea– como tradición, entendida como legado perpetuamente revisitado.

Todos los capítulos van antecedidos de sus correspondientes “Introitos”, que abarcan desde una consideración “clásica” de l. a. dama por los poetas, de Catulo a Garcilaso, atendiendo al “amor único”, al ofrecimiento de inmortalidad, y al uso del nombre ficticio para l. a. amada. Como cierto contraste a este estudio se extiende al capítulo que discurre sobre l. a. invención de Calisto y Melibea, dentro de l. a. historicidad y contienda de los angeles Celestina o sobre l. a. posible influencia de Marcel Proust en el interés de proyectarse histórico de Lope de vega en l. a. biográfica Dorotea.

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Following the themes developed earlier on facticallife, in the chapters on language l focus on how factical speaking is the Àayoç of historical Dasein, which, as such, is a Àayoç that encounters the meaningfulness of the world. Chapter 7 is an analysis of the tirst lecture course that Heidegger delivered at Marburg. Titled Introduction to Phenomenological Research, this course (G 17) is mainly on Husserl and Descartes. l focus, though, on the tirst part of the course, which is on Aristatle and which deals extensively with the facticity of speaking.

Heidegger says, "1 experience it, l'live' it as an ought" (G 56/57:46/37). He finds it best, however, to cast this experience of the ought as an intransitive formulation: "The value 'is' not, but rather it 'values' in an intransitive sense: in being worth-taking, 'it values' for me, for the value experiencing subject. 'Valuing' becomes an object only through formalization" (G 56/57:46/37). The German irnpersonal sentence, which Heidegger uses extensively, such as "there is" or "it worlds" or, as here, "it values," points to a dynamic and original event.

These contexts constitute a horizon of relationships, and although these relationships are subject to corruption, they can, nonetheless, be transformed: "Life-relations renew themselves only by returning to the genuine origins of the spirit" (G 56/57:4/4). There are various ways in which Heidegger develops these contexts of meaning, in terms of both life and language. In this very early course from 1919, we see how these contexts are manifest with respect to the following: the pretheoretical understanding, worlding, and perhaps most importantly in what Heidegger says about the notion of the historical-l.

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