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Title: “Sossego e desassossego: o paradoxo do tempo vivido”.
Authors: Borges-Duarte, Irene
Editors: Basso, Elisabetta
Keywords: Sossego
Desassossego
Heidegger
Fenomenologia
Stress
Tédio
Presente
Psicanálise
Issue Date: Feb-2019
Publisher: Universidade de Lisboa
Citation: Borges-Duarte, I.: “Sossego e desassossego: o paradoxo do tempo vivido”. Phainomenon (Lisboa), vol. 28/2018, 29-48
Abstract: ‘Quiet’ and ‘Disquiet’ are terms which express ways of accounting for time-experience, besides being equally open for a rendering as emotional states. Starting from three existential moods – stress, boredom, and the joy of the present moment – this inquiry aims to put into evidence the structuring features of our existential experience of time itself, both in the daily exercise of our being-in-the-world, and at the level of our being or not being in possession of oneself in such exercise and in its potentially pathological derivates. In this context, which finds its theoretical roots in the Heideggerian analysis of the being-in, quiet and disquiet reveal their paradoxical character in terms of the mutual belonging and tension each of them, respectively, presupposes. At the same time, and with such a basis, we will find the way of understanding ‘quiet’ as a correlate of time as a ‘duration’.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10174/26158
ISSN: 0874-9493
Type: article
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