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Title: Met Husserl, tegen Heidegger
Subtitle: Voor een fenomenologische antropologie
Author(s): ZAMBON, Nicola
Journal: Tijdschrift voor Filosofie
Volume: 82 Issue: 3 Date: 2020
Utilizing Blumenberg’s critical analysis of Husserl’s phenomenology, this article aims to reconstruct and interpret the most important aspects of Blumenberg’s own phenomenological anthropology. Special attention is paid 1) to his theory of life-world, which accounts for the self-evident structures of meaning that shape everyday human experience, and whose historical configurations are addressed by Blumenberg; 2) to his critical confrontation with Heidegger.