Query Re: Hermeneutics of suspicion

In his book, _Being-in-the-World_, Hubert Dreyfus suggests that in
BT (especially in Division II) Heidegger enacts a "hermeneutics of
suspicion" (see Dreyfus,35-39; see also his book on Foucault). The term
"hermeneutics of suspicion", as used by Dreyfus, refers to an interpretive
perspective described by Paul Ricoeur (see _Freud and Philosophy,27-37).

Has anyone seen this term applied to Heidegger by anyone else, or
has anyone come across a discussion of Dreyfus's application of the term to
Heidegger?

Thanks ahead of time,
Chris




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