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In this paper we reconstruct Heidegger’s approach to the problem of boredom. Based on his lectures entitled The Concept of Time, we conclude that boredom is the result of an improper understanding of time – understanding it in physical categories, where it is a measurable and ever-draining “container”. We then reverse the direction of our inquiry and look into the meticulous analysis of boredom in The Fundamental Concepts of Metaphysics. By specifying three kinds of boredom and its two structural moments – being held in limbo and emptying – we try to get closer to properly understanding the temporality of Dasein.
Slavia Orientalis
tom 56
nr 3
This article discusses the concept of boredom - an essential problem in philosophy, psychology and the history of literature - derived from the work of G. Flaubert, T. Mann and J. Brodsky. In the work of G. Flaubert (Madame Bovary), boredom is associated with aversion to the sensual dimension of life. The writer also establishes a close relationship between boredom, triviality and despair. T. Mann (Der Zauberberg) regards boredom as a pathological condition which, however, is a necessary stage in the individual development process leading to a fully independent personality. According to J. Brodsky, boredom is both a sickness of an existential nature and a specific state of sorrow embedded in the ontological order of the world, a state perceived from the perspective of infinite time.
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