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Chapter VII. FROM PRACTICE OF LIFE TO THE INVENTING REASON: DILTHEY, HEIDEGGER, NIETZSCHE

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T. S. Kuzubova

Doctor of Philosophy, Full Professor, Chair of Philosophy, Department of Philosophy, Ural Federal University named after the First President of Russia B. N. Yeltsin, Ekaterinburg

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Abstract. The versions of the appeal of non-classical European philosophy to the practice of life as the source of structures of theoretical reason are discussed. Dilthey explores the possibility of transition from the life interrelation to the categories of humanities. Heideggers analytics of actual life is developed in the ontology of understanding, the projective nature of which acts as a condition of the possibility of any cognition. Nietzsches thesis about the inventing reason as a schematization of chaos the late Heidegger interprets in the light of the turn of his philosophy towards being.

Keywords: non classic European philosophy, humanities, daily existence, experience, vital interrelation, understanding, factuality hermeneutics, chaos, practice of life, the inventing reason.

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