From: "Rafael Capurro, Professor" <CAPURRO@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 16 Apr 1997 11:34:19 -0100
I was very impressed (some ten years ago) by M. Boss: Grundriss der
Medizin und der Psychologie. This book is suposed to be a common work
by Heidegger and Boss, i.e. Heidegger read it and make suggestions.
It is interesting that the 'late Heidegger' is using somehow the
terminology of Being and Time but at the same time thinking from the
'lethe'. I was impressed because Boss (and Heidegger) are re-thinking
Freud's subjective representation of the Unbewusstes from the
non-subjective view of the 'lethe'. Life (being in the world) is
itself a process of un-c o n c e a l m e n t. We are permanently open
to concealment and unconcealment, but the ontic 'degree' of openness
(or closededness) to concealment (!) gives (Boss) the key for
reinterpreting pathological phaenomena (for instance schizophrenia as
a situation where closure reigns).
Boss created in Zuerich an institute for Daseinsanalyse and there is
a journal 'Daseinsanalyse'. As far as I see there is now a tendency
to instaure a dialogue between Daseinsanalyse and the Lacanian
reading of Freud. (Lacan met Heidegger in Freiburg and he wrote an
article on Das Ding, Lacan: L'a-chose (du d=E9sir)).
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