The History of Beyng.

By: Heidegger, MartinContributor(s): Powell, Jeffrey | McNeill, William HSeries: Studies in Continental Thought SerPublisher: Bloomington : Indiana University Press, 2015Copyright date: ©2015Description: 1 online resource (227 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780253018199Subject(s): PhilosophyGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: The History of BeyngDDC classification: 193 LOC classification: B3279.H45G4713 2015Online resources: Click to View
Contents:
Cover -- Contents -- Translators' Introduction -- THE HISTORY OF BEYNG (1938-40): THE HISTORY OF BEYNG. PART I -- I. The History of Beyng -- 1. "The History of Beyng" Is the Name . . . -- 2. The History of Beyng -- 3. Western Philosophy -- 4. The Truth of Beyng -- 5. Are We? -- 6. "We Are" -- 7. Da-sein -- 8. Beyng -- 9. ἀλήθεια and Beyng -- 10. That Truth . . . -- II. Contra-diction and Refutation -- 11. Contra-diction and Refutation (Re-iteration) -- 12. The Historicism of Modernity and the History of Beyng -- III. Passage. The History of Beyng -- 13. The Consummation of Metaphysics -- 14. Strife -- 15. Strife -- 16. World-relation -- 17. The Historical Moment -- 18. The Other Sovereignty -- 19. What Is That? -- 20. Beyng and Beings -- 21. The Commencement -- 22. What the Singular Need Is -- 23. The History of Beyng -- 24. The Representedness of Beings as the Actual -- 25. Beingness as Representedness -- 26. The History of Beyng -- 27. Beyng as Sustainment -- 28. The History of Beyng -- 29. The History "of" Beyng -- 30. The Failure to Recognize the Commencement -- 31. The History of Beyng -- 32. Magnanimity and Forbearance toward What Is Most in Coming -- IV. The Consummation of Metaphysics Being's Abandonment -- 33. The Consummation of Metaphysics -- 34. The Overcoming of Metaphysics. The Transition -- 35. Being's Abandonment -- 36. The End of the Modern Age in the History of Beyng -- V. Τò Κοινόν -- 37. Passage -- 38. Subjectivity and Being's Abandonment -- 39. Κοινόν. On Passage -- 40. On the Concept of Machination -- 41. Machination (conceived in terms of the history of beyng) -- 42. Machination and Devastation -- 43. "Total" War -- VI. The Sustainment. The Essence of Power The Necessary -- 44. "The Dis-tinction" -- 45. The Trace Pointing to the Truth of Beyng.
46. The Trace Pointing to the Truth of Beyng The Un-usual in the Essential Sense -- 47. The Truth of Beyng -- 48. Beyng -- 49. The Decision. Beyng and the Human Being -- 50. Decision -- 51. Decision and the Future -- 52. Beyng -- 53. Beyng -- 54. Machination and Event -- 55. The Singular Decision -- 56. Whence Being as Power? -- 57. The Essence of Power -- 58. The Determination of the Essence of Power -- 59. Power "Needs" Power (Violence) -- 60. Power and Violence -- 61. Power and Crime -- 62. The Essence of Power and Subjugation -- 63. "The Demonic Nature of Power" -- 64. Power and Truth -- 65. Power and Leveling -- 66. Power and Wretchedness -- 67. "Power" and "System" -- 68. Power and Public -- 69. The Inhabitual and the Unexpected -- 70. The Necessary -- 71. Beyng-Historical Thinking -- 72. The Essence of Philosophy -- 73. The Human Being and Da-sein -- VII. The Essence of History. "Commencement." "Beyng" -- 74. History -- 75. History -- 76. History -- 77. The Essence of History -- 78. History (Past and Having-been) -- 79. The History of Beyng -- 80. History and Beyng -- 81. Concerning the Essence of History -- 82. Commencement-History-The Suddenness of the Commencement -- 83. Essence of History -- 84. "Life" and "History" -- 85. Historiography -- 86. History -- 87. History -- 88. The Essence of History -- VIII. Beyng and the Last God -- 89. The Last God -- 90. The Countering -- 91. Confidence and Dasein -- 92. Beyng Is . . . -- 93. Event -- 94. Earth and World -- 95. Beyng -- 96. Beyng -- 97. Beyng and the Nothing -- 98. Beyng. Coming to Be Appropriated into the In-between -- 99. Poverty -- 100. Poverty -- IX. Essence of History -- 101. The Beyng-Historical Concept -- 102. Beyng -- 103. The History of Beyng -- 104. History of Beyng -- 105. Bestowal and Reflection -- 106. The Joint Crumbling of the German and Russian Worlds through Machination.
X. The Owned -- 107. Bestowal and Impoverishment -- 108. The Owned (Beings in Beyng as Event) -- 109. The Owned -- 110. The Owned -- 111. Beyng -- 112. The Owned -- THE HISTORY OF BEYNG. PART II -- XI. The Configuration of Saying -- 113. Beyng -- 114. The History of Beyng -- 115. The History of Beyng -- 116. The History of Beyng -- 117. The History of Beyng -- 118. Beyng -- 119. Beyng -- 120. Beyng -- 121. Guiding Words -- 122. Only Beyng Is -- 123. Beyng -- 124. Beyng -- 125. Beyng Is the Once -- 126. Event -- 127. The Event of Appropriation and the History of Beyng -- 128. In the Event of Appropriation -- 129. Truth as the Clearing -- 130. Truth -- 131. Concealing -- 132. Truth -- 133. Is Beyng Always? -- 134. Beyng as Event of Appropriation -- XII. The History of Beyng (Da-sein) -- 135. Da-sein -- 136. That the Historical Human Being Comes into His Essence (Da-sein) -- 137. Da-sein -- 138. Protection -- 139. Errancy -- 140. Da-sein -- 141. Being's Abandonment -- 142. The Projections of the Being of Beings from Out of the Casting of Being Itself -- 143. Seeking More Essentially the Other Commencement -- 144. Word and Language -- 145. The Decision -- 146. Beyng -- 147. The History of Beyng -- 148. The History of the Human in Being -- 149. History -- 150. Democritus, Fragment 269 -- 151. The Thinker -- 152. They Rail Surreptitiously and Openly . . . -- 153. History, Commencement, Downgoing -- 154. "Ego" and "Subject" -- 155. The Being of Beings and Beyngs of Beyng -- 156. The History of Beyng -- 157. Experience and Steadfast Insistence -- 158. The Leap Off -- 159. The First Commencement -- 160. The Essencing of Truth as Clearing of Beyng -- 161. The Human Being and Anthropology -- 162. The Human-animal rationale -- 163. Metaphysics-Anthropology -- 164. The First Commencement and the Human as ζῷον λóγον ἒχον -- 165. The History of Essential Thinking.
166. Truth and Beyng. The Essence of History -- XIII. Beyng-Historical Thinking -- 167. Beyng-Historical Thinking and Philosophy -- 168. Beyng-Historical Thinking -- 169. "Philosophy" in the Other Commencement -- 170. "Philosophy" -- 171. The Commencement -- 172. Essential Thinking -- 173. Beyng-Historical Thinking -- 174. Freedom -- 175. Honoring and Valuing -- 176. Questioning -- 177. Pure Finding -- 178. The Sequence of Publications (in short treatises) -- Κοινόν: OUT OF THE HISTORY OF BEYNG (1939-40) -- Κοινόν. Out of the History of Beyng -- Draft for Κοινόν. On the History of Beyng -- Appendix -- Additional Materials for The History of Beyng (1938-40) -- Additional Materials for Κοινόν. Out of the History of Beyng (1939-40) -- Editor's Epilogue -- German-English Glossary -- A -- B -- C -- D -- E -- F -- G -- H -- I -- J -- K -- L -- M -- N -- O -- R -- S -- T -- U -- V -- W -- Z -- English-German Glossary -- A -- B -- C -- D -- E -- F -- G -- H -- I -- L -- M -- N -- O -- P -- R -- S -- T -- U -- V -- W.
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Cover -- Contents -- Translators' Introduction -- THE HISTORY OF BEYNG (1938-40): THE HISTORY OF BEYNG. PART I -- I. The History of Beyng -- 1. "The History of Beyng" Is the Name . . . -- 2. The History of Beyng -- 3. Western Philosophy -- 4. The Truth of Beyng -- 5. Are We? -- 6. "We Are" -- 7. Da-sein -- 8. Beyng -- 9. ἀλήθεια and Beyng -- 10. That Truth . . . -- II. Contra-diction and Refutation -- 11. Contra-diction and Refutation (Re-iteration) -- 12. The Historicism of Modernity and the History of Beyng -- III. Passage. The History of Beyng -- 13. The Consummation of Metaphysics -- 14. Strife -- 15. Strife -- 16. World-relation -- 17. The Historical Moment -- 18. The Other Sovereignty -- 19. What Is That? -- 20. Beyng and Beings -- 21. The Commencement -- 22. What the Singular Need Is -- 23. The History of Beyng -- 24. The Representedness of Beings as the Actual -- 25. Beingness as Representedness -- 26. The History of Beyng -- 27. Beyng as Sustainment -- 28. The History of Beyng -- 29. The History "of" Beyng -- 30. The Failure to Recognize the Commencement -- 31. The History of Beyng -- 32. Magnanimity and Forbearance toward What Is Most in Coming -- IV. The Consummation of Metaphysics Being's Abandonment -- 33. The Consummation of Metaphysics -- 34. The Overcoming of Metaphysics. The Transition -- 35. Being's Abandonment -- 36. The End of the Modern Age in the History of Beyng -- V. Τò Κοινόν -- 37. Passage -- 38. Subjectivity and Being's Abandonment -- 39. Κοινόν. On Passage -- 40. On the Concept of Machination -- 41. Machination (conceived in terms of the history of beyng) -- 42. Machination and Devastation -- 43. "Total" War -- VI. The Sustainment. The Essence of Power The Necessary -- 44. "The Dis-tinction" -- 45. The Trace Pointing to the Truth of Beyng.

46. The Trace Pointing to the Truth of Beyng The Un-usual in the Essential Sense -- 47. The Truth of Beyng -- 48. Beyng -- 49. The Decision. Beyng and the Human Being -- 50. Decision -- 51. Decision and the Future -- 52. Beyng -- 53. Beyng -- 54. Machination and Event -- 55. The Singular Decision -- 56. Whence Being as Power? -- 57. The Essence of Power -- 58. The Determination of the Essence of Power -- 59. Power "Needs" Power (Violence) -- 60. Power and Violence -- 61. Power and Crime -- 62. The Essence of Power and Subjugation -- 63. "The Demonic Nature of Power" -- 64. Power and Truth -- 65. Power and Leveling -- 66. Power and Wretchedness -- 67. "Power" and "System" -- 68. Power and Public -- 69. The Inhabitual and the Unexpected -- 70. The Necessary -- 71. Beyng-Historical Thinking -- 72. The Essence of Philosophy -- 73. The Human Being and Da-sein -- VII. The Essence of History. "Commencement." "Beyng" -- 74. History -- 75. History -- 76. History -- 77. The Essence of History -- 78. History (Past and Having-been) -- 79. The History of Beyng -- 80. History and Beyng -- 81. Concerning the Essence of History -- 82. Commencement-History-The Suddenness of the Commencement -- 83. Essence of History -- 84. "Life" and "History" -- 85. Historiography -- 86. History -- 87. History -- 88. The Essence of History -- VIII. Beyng and the Last God -- 89. The Last God -- 90. The Countering -- 91. Confidence and Dasein -- 92. Beyng Is . . . -- 93. Event -- 94. Earth and World -- 95. Beyng -- 96. Beyng -- 97. Beyng and the Nothing -- 98. Beyng. Coming to Be Appropriated into the In-between -- 99. Poverty -- 100. Poverty -- IX. Essence of History -- 101. The Beyng-Historical Concept -- 102. Beyng -- 103. The History of Beyng -- 104. History of Beyng -- 105. Bestowal and Reflection -- 106. The Joint Crumbling of the German and Russian Worlds through Machination.

X. The Owned -- 107. Bestowal and Impoverishment -- 108. The Owned (Beings in Beyng as Event) -- 109. The Owned -- 110. The Owned -- 111. Beyng -- 112. The Owned -- THE HISTORY OF BEYNG. PART II -- XI. The Configuration of Saying -- 113. Beyng -- 114. The History of Beyng -- 115. The History of Beyng -- 116. The History of Beyng -- 117. The History of Beyng -- 118. Beyng -- 119. Beyng -- 120. Beyng -- 121. Guiding Words -- 122. Only Beyng Is -- 123. Beyng -- 124. Beyng -- 125. Beyng Is the Once -- 126. Event -- 127. The Event of Appropriation and the History of Beyng -- 128. In the Event of Appropriation -- 129. Truth as the Clearing -- 130. Truth -- 131. Concealing -- 132. Truth -- 133. Is Beyng Always? -- 134. Beyng as Event of Appropriation -- XII. The History of Beyng (Da-sein) -- 135. Da-sein -- 136. That the Historical Human Being Comes into His Essence (Da-sein) -- 137. Da-sein -- 138. Protection -- 139. Errancy -- 140. Da-sein -- 141. Being's Abandonment -- 142. The Projections of the Being of Beings from Out of the Casting of Being Itself -- 143. Seeking More Essentially the Other Commencement -- 144. Word and Language -- 145. The Decision -- 146. Beyng -- 147. The History of Beyng -- 148. The History of the Human in Being -- 149. History -- 150. Democritus, Fragment 269 -- 151. The Thinker -- 152. They Rail Surreptitiously and Openly . . . -- 153. History, Commencement, Downgoing -- 154. "Ego" and "Subject" -- 155. The Being of Beings and Beyngs of Beyng -- 156. The History of Beyng -- 157. Experience and Steadfast Insistence -- 158. The Leap Off -- 159. The First Commencement -- 160. The Essencing of Truth as Clearing of Beyng -- 161. The Human Being and Anthropology -- 162. The Human-animal rationale -- 163. Metaphysics-Anthropology -- 164. The First Commencement and the Human as ζῷον λóγον ἒχον -- 165. The History of Essential Thinking.

166. Truth and Beyng. The Essence of History -- XIII. Beyng-Historical Thinking -- 167. Beyng-Historical Thinking and Philosophy -- 168. Beyng-Historical Thinking -- 169. "Philosophy" in the Other Commencement -- 170. "Philosophy" -- 171. The Commencement -- 172. Essential Thinking -- 173. Beyng-Historical Thinking -- 174. Freedom -- 175. Honoring and Valuing -- 176. Questioning -- 177. Pure Finding -- 178. The Sequence of Publications (in short treatises) -- Κοινόν: OUT OF THE HISTORY OF BEYNG (1939-40) -- Κοινόν. Out of the History of Beyng -- Draft for Κοινόν. On the History of Beyng -- Appendix -- Additional Materials for The History of Beyng (1938-40) -- Additional Materials for Κοινόν. Out of the History of Beyng (1939-40) -- Editor's Epilogue -- German-English Glossary -- A -- B -- C -- D -- E -- F -- G -- H -- I -- J -- K -- L -- M -- N -- O -- R -- S -- T -- U -- V -- W -- Z -- English-German Glossary -- A -- B -- C -- D -- E -- F -- G -- H -- I -- L -- M -- N -- O -- P -- R -- S -- T -- U -- V -- W.

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