By Joan Stambaugh
This number of essays in honour of Martin Heidegger's a centesimal birthday contains a number of views, together with comparisons with jap idea. insurance comprises an inquiry into authenticity in "Being and Time", time and dialectic in Hegel and Heidegger and the query of metaphysics.
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The present is the eternal, or rather, the eternal is the present, and the present is full. . Thus understood, the moment is not properly an atom of time but an atom of eternity. It is the first reflection of eternity in time, its first attempt, as it were, at stopping time. 8 9 Eternity is that which grants presence in the moment. " Eternity comes into time, and one enters it forwards, not backwards into the past. As Kierkegaard puts it rather cryptically, repetition is that 10 category by which eternity is entered forwards, eternity is indeed the true repetition.
I am always already "in" something. What am I in? I am in a world. Thus, when the ahead-of- itself comes back to having-been, the present, being-in-the-world is engendered. ' The phenomena of toward. . , to. . , together with. . reveal temporality as the ekstatikon par excellence. Temporality is the primordial Outside of itself in and for itself. Thus we call the phenomena of future, having-been and present, the ecstases of temporality. , p. 118. , Section 65. K I E R K E G A A R D AND 53 HEIDEGGER 18 Far from being locked up within "the cabinet of consciousness," we are always already outside ourselves, outside in the world disclosed to us.
Together with. . reveal temporality as the ekstatikon par excellence. Temporality is the primordial Outside of itself in and for itself. Thus we call the phenomena of future, having-been and present, the ecstases of temporality. , p. 118. , Section 65. K I E R K E G A A R D AND 53 HEIDEGGER 18 Far from being locked up within "the cabinet of consciousness," we are always already outside ourselves, outside in the world disclosed to us. This is the meaning of being there, of existence. (b) Only for a being thus opened up existentially do objectively present things become accessible or concealed in darkness.
Thoughts on Heidegger 1991 (Current Continental Research) by Joan Stambaugh