From: "Bakker, R.B.M. de" <R.B.M.deBakker@xxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 14 Jan 2004 12:50:59 +0100
Anticipating a discussion of subjectivity:
Why can't the occurrent things (das Vorhandene) of our world
be like Aristotle's stars? (according to Heidegger).
One could take into account:
1. the airplane in QCT, which is said not to be a thing,
an object, but Bestand.
2. the most dangerous way of thinking, which equalizes
everything everywhere. (Principle of ground, the address)
Always in history.....
What is it actually, that is capable of deciding such a question?
Watch it: we're talking of being that is said (on legomenon), not
of popular-scientific objects.
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