Heideggerian Phenomenological Investigation of Money

Author: Hammond, Mark
Year:2002
Pages:256
ISBN:0-7734-7329-7
978-0-7734-7329-4
Price:199.95
This manuscript contributes to the areas of phenomenological research, Heidegger studies, and studies in the philosophy of money. It applies Heidegger’s phenomenological method (as spelled out in Being and Time and The Basic Problems of Phenomenology) to evolve a challenging perspective on the importance of money and the traditional philosophical question of value.

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This study contributes to the areas of phenomenological research, Heidegger studies, and studies in the philosophy of money. It applies Heidegger’s phenomenological method (as spelled out in Being and Time and The Basic Problems of Phenomenology) to evolve a challenging perspective on the importance of money and the traditional philosophical question of value.

Table of contents (main headings):
Preface by Christopher Macann
1. Introduction
2. Heidegger’s theory of intentionality
3. Common sense explanation of why Heidegger passed over money
4. Money and the tradition
5. Phenomenological destruction and reduction
6. Phenomenological construction
7. Phenomenological interpretation of value
8. Science, technology, and money
Conclusion; bibliography; index