Una Relación Olvidada: Heidegger y Scheler

Revista de Filosofía 65:177-188 (2009)

Enrique Perez
Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico
Este artículo pretende mostrar el lugar que ocupa el pensamiento de Max Scheler en la reflexión de Martin Heidegger. Para ello, presenta, por un lado, las principales etapas de dicha relación desde ambas perspectivas filosóficas y, por otro lado, propone que la crítica a la teoría del conocimiento de características neokantianas es la influencia más determinante del pensamiento de Scheler en el proyecto filosófico de Heidegger. We seek to show the role of Max Scheler's thought in the philosophy of Martin Heidegger. We present, on the one hand, the main phases of their relationship from the philosophical perspectives of both, and, on the other hand, we submit that Scheler's critique of neo-Kantian theory of knowledge was the chief infl uence exercised by Scheler on Heidegger's philosophical project.
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