عنوان مقاله [English]
The problem of "other minds" as one of the most serious epistemological problems in philosophy derives from Descartes' dualism. Since then, several solutions have been proposed for this issue. But each of these solutions faced with some problems. In contrast to the classical philosophy and the tradition of analytic philosophy, Heidegger describes the origin of this problem and the solutions, to which it has been addressed, Heidegger's inaccurate analysis of man, the world, and the relation between the two, as well as many other epistemological issues. Heidegger transmits and dissolves the problem of other minds from the scope of epistemology to the ontological domain. His approach shows how an unrealistic and illegitimate problem arising from the inaccurate analysis of man and the world, and the relationship between the two, has become an epistemic and undisputed problem. Heidegger shows that not only this issue, but any other epistemological problem, can only be found in a particular kind of ontology. Self-disciplined subject is only in traditional philosophy that wanders in determining its mission to the world and others. According to her analysis, every human being is with others and he faces others in practical life. This encounter does not leave an epistemic controversy in others.