From: Michael Hoppe <mh@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 17 Nov 2001 19:01:26 +0100
> Mother and baby share world in a very particular, special way. The
>mother has to
> care for her baby's needs, since the baby is more or less helpless.
>The baby and
> its world are part of, i.e. belong to, the mother's everyday world of
> caring-for-others and taking-care-of-things, and that in a pronounced
> baby's world, its relation to things and others, is marked strongly by its
> neediness. The mother identifies with her baby's world. What does
>this mean? It
> means simply that the baby's world is part of the mother's world, i.e. it
> belongs to the mother's world in the sense of taking-care-of and
> belonging to the mother's particular world, the mother is attuned to
> world in its neediness. In being attuned, the mother is also _able to_
> (Seinkoennen!) inkle the baby's specific needs at a given time.
Well, but what about baby's Dasein? It's surely different from an
adult one, significantly due the lack of speech. Is there any
reference where Heidegger deals about baby-Dasein?
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