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  1. Animal Experience: A Formal-Indicative Approach to Martin Heidegger’s Account of Animality.Alexandru Bejinariu - 2018 - Human Studies 41 (2):233-254.
    In the present paper I attempt an interpretation of Martin Heidegger’s analysis of animality, developed in winter semester 1929/1930. My general purpose is to examine Heidegger’s analysis in the wider context of formal-indicative phenomenology as such. Thus I show that in order to develop a phenomenology of animality, Heidegger must tacitly renounce the re-enactment of animal experience in which the formal-indicative concepts of his analysis could gain concreteness, and he resorts instead to scientific concepts and concrete experiments in biology or (...)
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