This year's Institute for Hermeneutic Phenomenology will be on the Bremen Lectures. Andrew Mitchell elaborates
Heidegger turns his attention to the simple things around us to understand the way that they exist. He calls it “essencing” or the “thinging” of the thing. The thing is not a term for any object whatsoever, but instead names a particular way of being in the world. Heidegger’s consideration of the “fourfold” (a term first used in this lecture) ensures that we think the thing not as an objective entity encapsulated in itself, but instead see things in terms of the relations they hold with the rest of the world. In this lecture, then, we can see how things, too, participate in the “worlding” of the world. This is no longer a privilege for Dasein alone, as in Being and Time, but a new consideration of the things of the world essencing in a singular and unique fashion.