Heidegger a Husserl o čase

Jürgen Stolzenberg


Heidegger and Husserl on Time

Based on a structural-analytical comparison, the author investigates the question of how the relation between subjectivity and temporality is grounded in Husserl’s and Heidegger’s philosophy. Due to its formal constitution, the structure of the relationship between the Self of the Dasein and its temporally determined concretions, as conceived by Heidegger, shows similarities to the mutual functional relationship between the pure ego and the different forms of its temporal renditions, which underlies Husserl’s advanced theory of time. Because of the introduction of the pure ego into the theory of time, it is Husserl who has come one step closer to the connection between temporality and subjectivity than Heidegger.