Monday, January 26, 2015
In NDPR, S. Montgomery Ewegen reviews Richard Capobianco's Heidegger's Way of Being.
Capobianco proceeds to argue convincingly that the later terms Ereignis, Lichtung, and Es Gibt "say the same" as Being, and are not, therefore, structurally prior to Being as some commentators have suggested. Above all, this chapter demonstrates that, despite the many different ways Heidegger attempts to say Being, his philosophical focus remained, from beginning to end, "the pure appropriating . . . of what appears (beings) in the fullness of appearing (beingness)"; in other words, Being's 'manifestive' activity.
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