Fenomenología del ser-en: ciencia originaria de la vida y hábitat del Dasein. En búsqueda de la vivencia inmediata de la vida
Palavras-chave:Phenomenology, Being-in, Original science of life, Husserl, Heidegger
This meditation is an attempt to think, from some of the major works of the young Heidegger before to Being and Time (1927), a phenomenology of being-in, so that to clarify the issue of spatiality in terms of dwelling. To this end, it is pursued a phenomenological analysis of Heidegger’s reading of Duns Scotus and then the criticism that he makes on Husserlian phenomenology, especially in its early time. Against the phenomenology of Husserl, Heidegger has the original science of life. It concludes by formulating a formal definition, as outline, of habitat of Dasein, emphasizing that the phenomenological scope of in must be the immediacy of the experience of life.