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Twisting Free Being to an Extent Sensible
Imagination the Meaning of Being?
The Proper Name of Man 1 1 8
Sacrifice of Understanding
Afterword already analysis of death Aristotle begins Being-toward-death belongs broaches character clearing comportment concealed concept constitution course Dasein decisive delimited determination disclosed disclosedness discourse displacement doubling earth ecstasy ecstatic end of metaphysics end of philosophy Ereignis errancy essential figure of echo finally fundamental ontology Greek ground Hegel Heidegger calls Heidegger says Heidegger's text Heideggerian horizonal schema identity imagination interpretation intuition Jacques Derrida JOHN SALLIS Kant Kantian lecture limit listen Marburg Martin Heidegger matter meaning metontology mimesis mortals move Nietzsche nonphilosophy opposition original originary overturning ownmost Parmenides persist in questioning Platonic poetics poetry possibility precisely present present-at-hand Problems of Phenomenology projection proper name pure radical ready-to-hand reference regress reinscribed remains rigorously Sache sacrifice self-interpretation sense sensible shining simply sound space speaking of language strife structure Task of Thinking temporality things thought tion transcendental transgression translation turn twisting free understanding unity voice words
Page 4 - There came to me in this case a melody which the air had strained, and which had conversed with every leaf and needle of the wood, that portion of the sound which the elements had taken up and modulated and echoed from vale to vale. The echo is, to some extent, an original sound, and therein is the magic and charm of it. It is not merely a repetition of what was worth H.Thoreau. Walden and Other Writings repeating in the bell, but partly the voice of the wood; the same trivial words and notes sung...
Page 3 - ... together with the Nymphs and sung in consort with the Muses; but fled from all males, whether men or Gods, because she loved virginity. Pan sees that, and takes occasion to be angry at the maid, and to envy her music because he could not come at her beauty. Therefore he sends a madness among the shepherds and goatherds, and they in a desperate fury, like so many dogs and wolves, tore her all to pieces and flung about them all over the earth her yet singing limbs. The Earth in observance of the...