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Division III of Heidegger's Being and TimeThe Unanswered Question of Being$
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Lee Braver

Print publication date: 2015

Print ISBN-13: 9780262029681

Published to MIT Press Scholarship Online: September 2016

DOI: 10.7551/mitpress/9780262029681.001.0001

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The Drafts of “Time and Being”: Division III of Part One of Being and Time and Beyond

The Drafts of “Time and Being”: Division III of Part One of Being and Time and Beyond

(p.149) 8 The Drafts of “Time and Being”: Division III of Part One of Being and Time and Beyond
Division III of Heidegger's Being and Time

Theodore Kisiel

The MIT Press

The “destroyed” first draft of 1926, reconstructed from footnote references to Division III and archived bundles of notes, finally spotlights the transcendental perfect tenses of an ecstatic-horizonal time of Dasein (BT, §69c). The second draft of Summer Semester 1927 develops this time of Dasein as “the horizon from which something like be-ing becomes understandable at all,” whereby the transcendental science of ontology projects—and so objectifies!—be-ing upon this horizon of time.Horizonal temporality and its blatant objectifying is overcome by the late thirties by grounding Dasein in a temporal playing field (Zeit-Spiel-Raum) or more simply, in time-space. The post-turn final draft of “Time and Being” (1962) centers on an appropriating event as an It that lets and gives be-ing and time. More specifically, It sends be-ing, It extends time-space as It withdraws into an insuperable concealment.

Keywords:   Ecstatic-horizonal temporality, transcendental science, Zeit-Spiel-Raum (temporal playing field)

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