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کیمیای هنر 2019, 8(32): 97-108 Back to browse issues page
Death-Thinking and its Relation to Heidegger’s Art-Thinking
Behroz Elyasy, Mohamad Javad Safian *
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Heidegger’s Art thinking is the result of his later thought. But the death-thinking is attendant with “Being thinking” in the whole of his thought. In fundamental ontology, “Being” is understood through “Dasein”. The problem of Dasein historicity and temporality led heidegger to contemplate about death. After “turning,” death thinking, it was followed through the “Event (Ereignis) thinking”. In “Being and Time” he did not say anything with explicity about Art. But after turning, Art, especially poetry, was found to be s suitable area for Being thinking. From Heidegger’s point of view Art thinking are contrary to the everydayness habit of man. The mystery of the death and Art, raised this question: whether there is a relationship between them? The result of this study show that Heidegger’s death thinking and his Art thinking have common feature; because Art thinker Dasein, is death thinker too and death thinking manifests itself in origenal Art work. Dasein is solitary in the creative time, as he is facing with death. After the creation, the artist disappers and the task of collecting a nation is taken over by Art work. In fact Art work, is Being thinking by event thinking. Another face of “Being” is “Notness”. Fear-concious artist (Da-Sein) understands the notness, because he is aware of “towardness to death”. In this study, we would attempt to compare the death thinking with Art thinking.
Keywords: Heidegger, death thinking, Art thinking, Being, Notness, event
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2019/08/3 | Accepted: 2019/11/24
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Elyasy B, Safian M J. Death-Thinking and its Relation to Heidegger’s Art-Thinking. کیمیای هنر. 2019; 8 (32) :97-108
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