Trzy początki filozofii: H.-G. Gadamer, G. Colli, P. Hadot

Stanisław Buda

Abstract


Three beginnings of the philosophy: H.-G. Gadamer, G. Colli, P. Hadot

Abstract

In the article the concepts of the three philosophers mentioned in the title will be examined critically, who try again to face the problem of the beginning of the philosophy. This problem – understood as a philosophical one – could be binding for the issue of the understanding of philosophy by itself. This would involve, first, the philosophical answer to the question about the possibility of placing philosophy in a broader context of the social, or more precisely – culture-human activity. Prejudging as to this possibility most often leads straight to drawing a demarcation line between the non-philosophical and philosophical activity. The limit of this turns out to have usually dual nature: first – the spatial one, second – the temporary one. The first comes from the assumption of a broader social context of the philosophy. The second one comes from the assumption that philosophical activity is not absolutely necessary in this context; if it shows up for some time, or in a period of the inevitable, it is because of some additional historical circumstances. I will try to show the difficulties arising from such prejudgments.

Keywords: beginning, philosophy, H.-G. Gadamer, G. Colli, P. Hadot.

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