DefinitionsLiteral:true to fact; not exaggerated; actual or factual: a literal description of conditions.being actually such, withoutexaggeration orinaccuracy (of persons) tending to construe words in the strict sense or in an unimaginative way; matter-of- fact; prosaic.
Definitionssomething thatindicates bounds orlimits; a limiting orbounding line. Boundaries: Kantian principle: thought can only advance by freeing itself from the shackles of its own subjective conditions. Immanuel Kant (1724 - 1804)
Up to now it has been assumed that all our cognition must conform to the objects; but ... let us once try whether we do not getKant: farther with the problems of metaphysics by assuming that the objects must conform to our cognition.
Existentialismholds that the starting point ofphilosophical thinking must be theexperiences of the individual
The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920)http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xrg73BUxJLI
Martin Heidegger (1889- 1976) Being and time on the phenomenology of place
a winter’s eveninggeorg trakl (1887 - 1914)a winter’s eveningwindows with falling snow is arrayedlong tolls the vesper bellthe house is provided wellthe table is for many laidwandering ones, more than a fewcome to the door on darksome coursesgolden blooms the tree of gracesdrawing up the earth’s cool dewwanderer quietly steps withinpain has turned the threshold to stonethere, lie in limpid brightness shownupon the table bread and wine
Heidegger’sdefinition of the dwellingwhen a person is capable of dwellingthe world becomes an ‘inside’.
is the literal phenomenal and the phenomenal literal