Wednesday, May 22, 2013
171. The difference and the event
In the difference and out of it, being never "comes to" beings as a "predicate," nor is being in relation to beings something to which they are "entitled" and their state of affairs. On the contrary, in the difference beings rather "come to" being, i.e., they "approach" being in that they come forth--toward--being in the clearing. Beings arise from beyng.
Being, however, ises as the appropriating event. Being is not always. It itself brings time-space in the clearing and thus first grants the possibility of determination, explicitly on the basis of beings, according to the now and then.
P. 106
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