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Being Proper

  • Dror PimentelEmail author
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Abstract

The primordial meaning of Being; Being and beings; the hermeneutic character of Heidegger’s philosophical interpretation; presence, presencing, and the sway of presence; time, form, and limitation; apeiron as resistance to limitation; reification as dissembling; the contamination of pure presence by permanence and demarcation; inwardness and purity; the proper and the improper; the sway of presencing as justice, improper presence as injustice; whiling as an impossible possibility; the ontological ethic of responsiveness to whiling; reification as disorder; disorder and its overcoming are integral to order; hierarchical differences between whiling presence and reified presence, proper and improper, inside and outside; the radiant realm of aletheia, the unconcealed; the ontological difference and the aletheic space; the divine and the uncanny; the face as mask and idol; the order prior to order, the other of the Other; reification and the metaphysical conception of Being; the forgottenness of Being.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Bezalel Academy of Art and DesignJerusalemIsrael

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