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FEIJOO, Ana Maria Lopez Calvo de et al. A Critical Analysis of Love and Care in Binswanger and Heidegger. Estud. pesqui. psicol. [online]. 2020, vol.20, n.spe, pp. 1170-1190. ISSN 1808-4281.

This article is a theoretical study to reflect on the existential care (Sorge) in Martin Heidegger and the love (Liebe) in Ludwig Binswanger. The text retakes the main aspects the way both understand care and love, unfolding in a critical way the impasse caused from there. It is demonstrated that the center of the discussion is the way Binswanger understands and interprets the Heideggerian being-in-the-world (In-der-Welt-sein), linking it to the notion of being beyond the world (Über-die-Welt-hinaus-sein). Binswanger identifies a limit and a flaw in the element of eternity in the way Heidegger develops his fundamental ontology. By this he points out to the experience of love as the basis of each relationship, making this experience of the infinite as the way of being of love and the basis of all relationships. In the center of such consideration is the development of Daseinsanalysis as the unfolding - at first psychiatric - of a clinical relationship guided by love as a means of fundamental access to the other and as an element that promotes healing. It is concluded that the Binswangerian indication subtly falls on the productivism and instrumental elements, since Binswanger reproduces elements of technology exactly where those elements must remain inoperative.

Palavras-chave : Martin Heidegger; Ludwig Binswanger; daseinsanalysis; love; care.

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