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Trialogue between Heidegger, Nietzsche, and Nagarjuna in Todtnauberg

By Ferrer, Daniel, Fidel

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Title: Trialogue between Heidegger, Nietzsche, and Nagarjuna in Todtnauberg  
Author: Ferrer, Daniel, Fidel
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Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Philosophy, Reference
Collections: Philosophy, Favorites in Hong Kong, Logic, Physics, Authors Community, Favorites from the National Library of China, Cultural Studies, Sociolinguistics, Literature, Language, Most Popular Books in China, Social Sciences, History
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2011
Publisher: Verlag Ferrer
Member Page: Daniel Fidel Ferrer

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Ferrer, Mr, D. F. (2011). Trialogue between Heidegger, Nietzsche, and Nagarjuna in Todtnauberg. Retrieved from http://www.gutenberg.cc/


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Dialogue format between three great philosophers. Two German and one Buddhist monk from 200 AD India.

Summary
The following philosophical dialogue between three philosophers is a thought experiment like Einstein's. Martin Heidegger (1889-1976) is the most written about 20th century philosopher. Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900) is a critical thinker of the highest order, who proclaimed the death of God and is considered the last western metaphysician. He found Platonism everywhere. The Acharya Nagarjuna (2-3d century AD) is perhaps the greatest single Indian philosopher; he is considered the greatest Buddhist thinker after the Buddha himself. Nagarjuna although less famous than the other two philosopher, his audacious and unique eastern way of thinking may provide some fundamental solutions to Heidegger’s and Nietzsche’s stickler dilemmas; and their morass and entanglement in their western philosophical predicaments and knots. Should we say, Nagarjuna will act as cutting the Gordian Knot?

Excerpt
Nāgārjuna talks directly to Martin Heidegger. Martin, you had Parmenides and impossibility of thinking of non-Being. Supposedly, he wrote: “neither could you know what is not nor could you declare it”. Indeed, the rest of the western philosophical history is: Plato’s dialogue the Sophist and stranger’s position about non-Being and the simple discussion of the semantics of non-Being; or Hegel’s view of non-Being in the Science of Logic which is only thought in the general context of progress of the methodology of the “circles of circles”. No wonder your remarks that “nothing nothings” (Das Nichts nichtet) is often thought of as your confusions. You started off with a chair with only one leg and that was unbalanced – this is the western approach which you had to deal with metaphysically. You got stuck too.

Table of Contents
Dramatis personas: Martin Heidegger (1889-1976) owner of the ‘Die Hütte’. Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900) Archaya Nagarjuna 2-3th century AD Buddhist author of Fundamental Verses on the Middle Way (Mulamadhyamakakarika). Mādhyamaka Siddhartha Gautama, the Buddha (563-483 BC). Socrates (Greek philosopher, 469 BC to 399 BC). Plato (424BC - 348 BC), Greek philosopher who re-wrote the Republic seven time over. Narrator

 

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