A Heideggerian Phenomenological Investigation of Moneyby Mark Hammond
It is neither the whole or the structure of Heidegger's philosophy that is valuable, claims Hammond, only the material he used to build his phenomenological method. Breaking new ground, he applies that method to an investigation of money, an application neither the German philosopher himself nor any of his adherents have previously undertaken. He considers the method he uses, the theory of intentionality, why Heidegger never investigated money phenomenologically, some basic ontological conclusions about money emerging from the application, reduction and destruction, construction, and value in the monetary sense of the word. The text is double spaced. Subjects are not indexed.
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