Daniela Vallega-Neu on beings before they're appropriated.
The inceptive appropriating event clears an openness, with which Heidegger
rethinks what he calls in Contributions the "there" of being-there, the open site
(or time-space) for the truth of beyng. It is striking that now (in the first section
of On Inception) he thinks this openness right away in relation to the "becoming
being" (seiend werden) of beings out of the nothingless, which is ("is" needs to be
crossed out here) precisely a being before it becomes a being, before it is differentiated
into becoming a being. He writes that the in-between is appropriated to the
nothingless (later he speak of the "beingless") that in this appropriation becomes
a being. He calls this event (here comes another basic word) Dazwischenkunft,
the "coming in-between" in both a spatial and a temporal sense.