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Enter – our subject! Da-sein This is the heart of the matter isn’t it? To talk to you, to try to see what your thoughts amounted to, to try to see past you, and not to address this central concept head on, would be absurd. At the risk of boring you, I shall try to set out what most people (‘one’, ‘they’) see as the meaning of this term to you. We have already observed how your giving Da-sein a central role in your thinking is connected with your resurrection of the Question of Being which, you felt, had been lost sight of since the pre-Socratics.

I cannot, as you do, simply bypass the problems that philosophers of the past have wrestled with, and I, too, have wrestled with. Let me explain why. As it appears to me now, when I look up from the keyboard where this imaginary conversation is being woven – and with which I engage in a nexus of significance, a referential totality of signification, into which it dissolves as obedient tools do – I seem to see (material) objects ‘over there’ and to feel me (or my body) to be ‘over here’. My eye lights upon a likely exemplar: that red waste-paper bin.

My eye lights upon a likely exemplar: that red waste-paper bin. Yes, of course, I might at any time incorporate it into a nexus of significance as, when, for example, I endeavour to dispose of a piece of paper in it. But, as things are at this moment, the waste-paper bin is not thus incorporated – or not completely so, anyway. Granted, it is not a neutral bit of matter: it has a certain aura of significance – beyond the temporary status it has as an exemplar in our conversation; that is to say, I make sense of it by recognising what it is for, and seeing how I might use it.

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