O experienciar poético como filosofia em Heidegger como um projeto de superação da racionalidade instrumental
Azeredo, Jéferson Luís de
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DescriptionThis work aims to understand that the poetic experience occurs as a project to overcome instrumental rationality. The possibility of meditation based on poetic experience brings to light the philosophizing that puts being back as a central issue, opposing the objectification of life. The hermeneutic methodology used highlights the dialogue as a condition, by listening and silencing, the task of “reviewing” the history of culture centered on technique. Dialogue is established with three specialists, Willian Richardson, Marco Aurélio Werle and Benedito Nunes, in which it is emphasized that language occurs as a “place”, converging with Heidegger's philosophy. Once this question has been established, when we understand the relationship between poetry and philosophy, especially from Heidegger's encounter with Hölderlin's poetry, we access how the fundamental disposition is given as a possibility of being-jumping, which confers the condition of meditation and philosophize. The language is presented as "home" and then the one that denounces the dialogue, starting from listening and silencing, which leads the thought to a transformative experience beyond everyday speech. In the end, the aim is to experience poetry capable of making its own philosophical thought as a new possibility to reinstate the question of being and the truth of being. The possibility of an existence is reintroduced by the most original source, that of being itself, as a way of getting to know the world and ourselves, being a boldness of a first penetration in the scope of the history of being, not of history as a new "period", but as an exclusive framework different from current history.