By James Risser
Heidegger towards the flip is the 1st sustained severe mirrored image on themes that got here to dominate Heidegger's considering throughout the Nineteen Thirties, whilst his considering is related to have gone through a "turn." those subject matters comprise the character of the reality of being, the destruction of the heritage of metaphysics, the relation among paintings and philosophy, and the considering human future in the political weather of nationwide Socialism.
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10. See the Appendix for a list of published volumes of the Gesamtausgabe that deal with the period in question. 11. “Letter on Humanism” Heidegger: Basic Writings, p. 207. 12. See Sein und Zeit, Gesamtausgabe vol. 2 (Frankfurt: Klostermann, 1977), p. 11, note b. 13. Heidegger, “Letter on Humanism” in Martin Heidegger Basic Writings, p. 207–208. 14. William Richardson, “Letter to Father Richardson,’’ Heidegger: Through Phenomenology to Thought (The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff, 1967), p. xvi. 15. Such a claim can be made following the work of Walter Beimal, who claims that the core of Heidegger's thinking pertains to the question of truth and the question of being that are in the end the same question.
In his Martin Heidegger: An Illustrated Study, translated by J. L. Mehta (New York: Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich, 1976), Beimal takes the development of Heidegger's thinking to be sustained through the following works: “On the Essence of Truth” (1930), “The Origin of the work of Art” (1935), “Letter on Humanism” (1946), “The Question Concerning Technology” (1953), “The Nature of Language” (1957), “The End of Philosophy and the Task of Thinking” (1964). 16. Einführung des Metaphysik, p. 32. An Introduction to Metaphysics, p.
The sections under discussion are the two that deal with life in Part IV, “Der Sprung,” of the Beitraäge. ” For Krell the interruption underscores the importance of life for the history of being and remains to be appropriated by thought at the “other commencement” of thinking. Accordingly, life, which here is not to be confused with the biological but pertains primarily to the phenomenon of closure and disclosure, must be allowed to interrupt the leap (or fissure) of thinking and being. “Daimon life” would then name the region of beings for which revealing and concealing, growth and decline would come to the fore and into question.