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RUIZ FERNANDEZ, José. The Formal Indication as a Renewal of Phenomenology: Lights and Shadows. Diánoia [online]. 2011, vol.56, n.66, pp. 31-58. ISSN 0185-2450.

In his first Freiburg lessons Heidegger proposed that an original philosophical conceptualization had to have a formal-indicative character. This involved a deep methodological transformation of phenomenology towards a hermeneutics of factual life. This work expounds how the assumption of a formal-indicative procedure allows Heidegger to overcome certain problems of Husserl's understanding of phenomenology, which Natorp had pointed out. Besides, this paper makes a critical consideration of Heidegger's original phenomenological approach.

Palavras-chave : method; Husserl; meaning; Heidegger.

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