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THE STAGING OF DIFFERENCES MADINA TLOSTANOVA is Professor of History of Philosophy at Peoples' Friendship University of Russia (Moscow). BTRGTT WAGNER is Professor of Romance Literature at the University of Vienna. MICHAELA WOLF is Professor of Translation Studies at the University of Graz.


History at Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg, field of expertise: Early Modern History Professor Gunilla Budde, Institute of History at Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg, field of expertise: German and European History of the 19th and 20th Century Professor Rudolf Holbach, Institute of History at Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg, field of expertise: Medieval History Professor Johann Kreuzer, Institute of Philosophy at Carl von Ossietzky Uni- versity Oldenburg, field of expertise: History of Philosophy Professor Sabine Kyora, Institute of German

posterity in French philosophy. Let us sum up brief ly here those steps that preceded Martin’s appropriation of the notion. In the 1923-1934 lessons that he gives in Marburg – now published and entitled Einführung in die Phänomenologische Forschung (Heidegger 1994) – Heidegger proposes an intense ref lection about the notion of problem and its implications for the history of philosophy. In section 10, he notably deals with the ‘clarification of problems (Klärung der Probleme)’ and distinguishes between problems and questions. A question refers to an implicit care

)—“the test of the foreign”—the text of translation, imagining, for example, a language that functions differently from the one we work with. We now have to take into account the fact that “ontological nationalism” means prejudice vis-à-vis other languages. A Heideggerian would thus dismiss the whole notion of philosophizing in a language that is one among others. Why do I need to translate into languages that are not the Logos, she would say? The history of philosophy was constructed at a given time, relatively recently, upon the notion of the exceptionalism of

and the history of philosophy. After the departure of Schjelderup, the situation for academic philosophy in Norway was precarious. Aall was the only remaining chair in philosophy in the country, and he was so far removed from philosophy in the traditional mode that he 660 See the entry on John Mourly Vold in Norsk biografisk leksikon, downloaded from on 15.1.2016. 661 Given the entrepreneurial drive of Aall and his generation, and considering the flow of influences from