عنوان مقاله [English]
Truth is one of the most important concepts in Heidegger’s thought. Its role is such prominent that the major part of Heidegger’s works can be interpreted on the basis of it. This paper tries to present a clear portrait from application of method of deconstruction on the history of truth through concentrating on Heidegger’s two works: Plato’s doctrine of truth and the essence of truth. Heidegger’s thesis in these works is to demonstrate how recognizing truth as unconcealment requires considering closely the deviation of meaning of truth through its history. It seems that clarifying Heidegger’s critique of Plato will bring to light one of his concepts i.e. history of truth. Main claim of this paper is to show there is a strict relation between Heidegger’s interpretation of Plato and his formation of the concept of history of truth. The overall goal of this paper is to elucidate and clarify Heidegger’s deconstructional interpretation of Plato through rereading of those two mentioned books. So our leading question is how Heidegger’s deconstructional interpretation of Plato finds its proper space to appear and what unexamined horizons this interpretation opens before us and what is its relation to history of truth.