Hakhamanesh Zangeneh

Research Page

to Stan State Philosophy Department page

back to my Teaching Page

“I call transcendental that access which is directed not towards the object which faces us,
but towards the temporality of access as such.”
Kant, KdrV B25, (“in freie Übersetzung”)

(Publications listed here on short CV-html)

Full CV-pdf

A short abstract of my dissertation (1 page)

Succinctly stated, I am interested in rereading the genealogy of what has been referred to as post-modernism and post-structuralism. This pulls me towards certain phases of 20th C French and 20th C German philosophy. Specifically, I gravitate towards German phenomenology and French Structuralism and attempt to work out the necessity of certain post-War French modes of thought from those two paradigmatic sources. While this may sound like a simply antiquarian approach to the history of philosophy, I surmise that the working-out of the interstitial moments, in each case, opens a new avenue of thought, creates a new set of philosophemes, modifies the vocabulary of the philosopher in a novel fashion, and that it does so not merely contingently but with necessity.




My
95 Theses
towards Heideggerian Reform
My Fragmentary
Abstracts/ Preprints etc.
Heidegger on Racial Hygiene
Heidegger on the History of Philosophy
Schelling on Ontological Difference
Pierre Hadot on Ontological Difference
Romano/Schnell – Transcendental SuZ

In Statu Nascendi

Proclus, place and light
Jaspers and Heidegger on Van Gogh
Jean-Marie Pontevia, historicizing the fragment


Currently Reading