Jan 25th Introduction (Rousse paper on website.) 274-278
Feb. 1st Guilt and Resoluteness (Dreyfus paper) 312-348
Feb. 8th Being-towards-Death (Dreyfus paper) 279-311
Feb. 15th Anticipatory Resoluteness 349-358
Feb. 22nd Temporality and Historicity 424-455
Feb. 29th Authentic temporality, the phenomenon. 358-370
March 7 First Paper Due
March 14th Temporality as the Meaning of Care/Everydayness 370-401
March 21th APA No class
April 4th Temporality of Being-in-the-world 401-424
April 11th The Ordinary Conception of Time 456-472
April 18th Genesis of the Ordinary Conception of Time 472-488
April 25th Is Heidegger a temporal idealist? Basic Problems 237-256
May 2nd Temporalität, Basic Problems 302-313
May 9th Ontological Difference, Basic Problems 318-330
May 12th Second Paper Due
Roughly 30 pages of very difficult reading per week.
Two ten page papers.
Attendance at weekly discussion sections.
Heidegger, M. Being and Time, Macquarrie trans, (Harper and Row)
Heidegger, M. Basic Problems of Phenomenology (Indiana U. Press)
Related reading: (on reserve in Howison Library)
Blattner, B Heidegger’s Temporal Idealism (Cambridge U. Press)
Heidegger, M Plato’s Sophist (Indiana University Press)