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Martin Heidegger’s studying of Aristotle used to be one of many pivotal affects within the improvement of his philosophy. First released in German in 1981 as quantity 33 of Heidegger's accumulated Works, this publication interprets a lecture direction he provided on the collage of Freiburg in 1931. Heidegger's cautious translation and his probing remark at the first 3 chapters of publication IX of Metaphysics express the shut correlation among his phenomenological interpretation of the Greeks (especially of Aristotle) and his critique of metaphysics. also, Heidegger's disagreement with Aristotle's Greek textual content makes an important contribution to modern scholarship on Aristotle, really the certainty of potentiality in Aristotle's idea. ultimately, the e-book exemplifies Heidegger's reward for educating scholars easy methods to learn a philosophical textual content and the way to question that textual content in a philosophical way.

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Equation or differentiation of beings 17 we begin'? With an arbitrary being. Thus we did not begin with nothing so that we could fill this out by enumerating beings and thereby 11 btaining rht' beings. We begin with a being, and so indeed with a heing. How is this? At the outset, until we have gone through and counted. we do not yet have rhe beings, assuming that the beings are formed by the sum. However, we begin in this way. We begin according to plan: in order to obtain the sum through counting, we begin with the sum.

Thus the good is not some sort of commonality (pursuant to) with regard to an idea. But then in what manner is it said? " This thought is important in that Aristotle here states: not merely not 6µrovuµv but not 6µrovuµv am) 't'6x11c;. not a mere accidental homonym. This am) TuXTl<:; (accidentally) occurs here because Aristotle does in fact sometimes say (see Met. A 12. 1019b8): 'to ov 6µoovuµooc; AEyE'tm-being is used in the sense of a homonym. This is meant first of all only negatively: not cruvoovuµooc;.

What is proper to them and only them? The answer is: being. Beings are meant here in the sense of beings as such. ·ov ft ov-in this ov. beings are, so to speak, secured and retained only in order to show themselves and to say how things are with themj But we have not gotten very far with this discussion: in fact. quite the contrary. Being is here differentiated from beings. i ferentiating? Distinguishing one being from another is fine. But being from beings? What sort of peculiar differentiation is this?

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