Philosophy Lexicon of Arguments

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Heidegger, M.
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Time/Heidegger: cannot be borrowed.
Figal I 110
Time/Heidegger: the time itself is interrogated! For Heidegger, time is, what is called "the idea of the good" in Plato: without the view on time, no design of being is possible, time is the possibility at all; nothing is without time and outside time; nothing becomes different than time.
I 116
New: existence: now no longer "JEMEINIGKEIT", but formation of a common world. (~ 1936). New: philosophy now no longer "interpretation" of existence, but the explicit form of the concept of being.
Figal I 153
Time/Heidegger: "Presence" (presence and absence): basic feature of the time. Heidegger sees time as a space, too.
Cardorff II 116
Time/Heidegger/Cardorff: To ask the question of time is essential, because being is not to be thought of as being presence and time not as being in this sense.
II 116/117
But the existentiality of existence is temporality. Temporality is the being-sense of sorrow. Being reveals itself as a concern for existence. The human himself is the innermost essence of finitude.
II 118
Time: the "original" time is finite! The future is the primary phenomenon of the original time, the existence as the thrown reason of its death, the death as the possibility of being of existence, the primacy of the always not yet of existence. "The progressive liberation for one's own death", "the understanding being as death for the most own possibility."
II 120
Metaphysics: Time as presence (HeideggerVs).
Time/Heidegger: not "is" but ecstasy.
After the turn: Cardorff: the time is rather spatialized and de-timed.
II 123
Wrinkles and bubbles inside an extension- and timeless happening of uncovering and concealment.

Martin Heidegger
Sein und Zeit Berlin 2006

Hei I
Günter Figal
Martin Heidegger zur Einführung Hamburg 2016

Hei II
Peter Cardorff
Martin Heidegger Frankfurt/M. 1991

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Ed. Martin Schulz, access date 2017-04-30