<fact, Husserl, existensialism, Sartre, casuality>, <contingent, Heidegger, effectivity, hermeneutics, ontology> The contingent conditions of an individual human life. In the existentialism of Heidegger and Sartre, facticity includes all of the concrete details-time and place of birth, for example, along with the prospect of death-against the background of which human freedom is to be exercized. Recommended Reading: Martin Heidegger, Ontology: The Hermeneutics of Facticity, tr. by John Van Buren (Indiana, 1999) and Alterity and Facticity: New Perspectives on Husserl, ed. by Natalie Depraz and Dan Zahavi (Kluwer, 1998).
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