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Heidegger's most intensely focused writing on the event


Martin Heidegger's The Event offers his most substantial self-critique of his Contributions to Philosophy: Of the Event and articulates what he means by the event itself. Richard Rojcewicz's elegant translation offers the English-speaking reader intimate contact with one of the most basic Heideggerian concepts. This book lays out how the event is to be understood and ties it closely to looking, showing, self-manifestation, and the self-unveiling of the gods. The Event (Complete Works, volume 71) is part of a series of Heidegger's private writings in response to Contributions.


Translator's Introduction

Forewords
Sophocles, Oedipus at Colonus, vv. 73-74.
This "presentation" does not describe and report
The destiny of beyng devolves upon the thinkers
The dispensation of beyng in the event toward the beginning
Not only throughout all the world
In regard to Contributions to Philosophy (Of the Event)

I. The first beginning
A. The first beginning
B.
C. Anaximander
D. Western thinking
Reflexion
Da-seyn
E. Under way toward the first beginning
The preparation for the thinking of beyng in its historicality
So as to remain on the bridge
F. The first beginning
G. The first beginning
H. The advancement of the first beginning into the start of metaphysics
II. The resonating
A. The resonating
Vista
B. The signs of the transition
The passing by
The in-between of the history of beyng
C. Modernity and the West
D. Metaphysics
E. The will to willing

III. The difference

IV. The twisting free

V. The event

VI. The event

VII. The event and the human being

VIII. Da-seyn
A. The human being as understood with respect to the history of being and
Da-seyn (steadfastness)
B. Da-seyn
Time-space
Da-sein and "reflexion"
Steadfastness and disposition
C. Disposition and Da-sein
The pain of the question-worthiness of beyng

IX. The other beginning

X. Directives to the event
A. The enduring of the difference (distinction)
Experience as the pain "of" the departure
B. The thinking of the history of beyng
The enduring of the difference (distinction)
The care of the abyss
The timber trail
Thinking and the word
C. Toward a first elucidation of the basic words
"Truth" (With regard to: The saying of the first beginning)
The "essence" and the "essential occurrence"
History and historiality

XI. The thinking of the history of beyng
(Thinking and poetizing)
A. The experience of that which is worthy of questioning
The leap
The confrontation
The clarification of action
The knowledge of thinking
B. The beginning and heedfulness
C. The saying of the beginning
D. Thinking and knowing
Thinking and poetizing
E. Poetizing and thinking
F. The poet and the thinker
G. "Commentary" and "interpretation"

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German-English Glossary
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Date de parution 27 décembre 2012
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The Event
Studies in Continental Thought
EDITOR JOHN SALLIS
CONSULTING EDITORS
Robert Bernasconi
William L. McBride
Rudolf Bernet
J. N. Mohanty
John D. Caputo
Mary Rawlinson
David Carr
Tom Rockmore
Edward S. Casey
Calvin O. Schrag
Hubert L. Dreyfus
Reiner Sch rmann
Don Ihde
Charles E. Scott
David Farrell Krell
Thomas Sheehan
Lenore Langsdorf
Robert Sokolowski
Alphonso Lingis
Bruce W. Wilshire
David Wood
Martin Heidegger
The Event
Translated by Richard Rojcewicz
This book is a publication of
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Published in German as Martin Heidegger, Gesamtausgabe 71: Das Ereignis . Edited by Friedrich-Wilhelm v. Herrmann 2009 by Vittorio Klostermann, Frankfurt am Main
English translation 2013 by Indiana University Press
All rights reserved No part of this book may be reproduced or utilized in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying and recording, or by any information storage and retrieval system, without permission in writing from the publisher. The Association of American University Presses Resolution on Permissions constitutes the only exception to this prohibition. The paper used in this publication meets the minimum requirements of the American National Standard for Information Sciences-Permanence of Paper for Printed Library Materials, ANSI Z39.48-1992.
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Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data
Heidegger, Martin, 1889-1976. [Ereignis. English] The event / Martin Heidegger ; translated by Richard Rojcewicz. pages cm. - (Studies in continental thought) Translated from German. ISBN 978-0-253-00686-8 (cloth : alk. paper) - ISBN 978-0-253-00696-7 (electronic book) 1. Events (Philosophy) 2. Ontology. I. Rojcewicz, Richard, translator. II. Title. B3279.H48E7413 2013 111-dc23
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CONTENTS
Translator s Introduction
F OREWORDS
Sophocles, Oedipus at Colonus , vv. 73-74.
This presentation does not describe and report
The destiny of beyng devolves upon the thinkers
The dispensation of beyng in the event toward the beginning
Not only throughout all the world
In regard to Contributions to Philosophy (Of the Event)
I. T HE FIRST BEGINNING
A. The first beginning A H EIA
1. The first beginning
2. -
3. Errancy
4. (Plato)
5. out of
6. Truth and being for the Greeks (Said and unsaid)
7. -
8. and space and time
9. and the first beginning ( )
10. -
11. In the first beginning
12. Truth and the true
13. Unconcealedness
14. - -beyng
15. - and the open
16. Truth and beyng
17. A H EIA
18. Truth and beyng
19. On the question of truth
20. The moment of consolidation
21. -
22. Truth and being
23.
24. How
25. To say simply
26. How
27.
28.
29. How - -
30. How to come to steadfastness now for the first time
31. One cannot
32. The ground of the transformation of the essence of truth
33. -
34. -the emergence that goes back into itself
35.
36. Beyng and the human being
37. The beyngs of beyng
38. The first beginning
39. The experience of the disentanglement in the first beginning
40. - -
41. The experience of the first beginning
42. The first beginning
43. For the interpretation
44. Beyng is
B.
45. From - to the over
46. -gleam, shine, radiance
47.
48. The provenance of
49. -
50. Parmenides
51.
52. and
53. -
C. Anaximander
54. If the of Anaximander were ?
55. The transition
56. -
57.
58. In the dictum of Anaximander
59. The utterance of being
D. Western thinking Reflexion Da-seyn
60. Thoughtful thinking and the concept
61. Why nothing comes forth in thinking (as philosophy )
62. The beginning of Western thinking
63. To think about thinking
64. The beginning of thinking
65. Philosophy-thinking-being
66. Tradition out of the essence of historiality
67. History and historiology
E. Under way toward the first beginning The preparation for the thinking of beyng in its historicality So as to remain on the bridge
68. Key words with respect to being
69. To arrive at the domain of the disposition . . .
70. The transition
71. The collapse of out of the global mountain range; the beginning of the destiny of being.
F. The first beginning
72. The time is coming
73. Truth and cognition
74. On the presentation of the first beginning
75. The essence of being in the first beginning
76. Recollection into the first beginning
77. and the first beginning
78. What does not yet begin in the first beginning
79. The first beginning and its inceptuality
80. The first beginning as
81. In the first beginning
82. The thinkers of the first beginning
83. The first beginning
84. The interpretation of the first beginning
85. In regard to the interpretation of the first beginning
86. The interpretative recollection
87. Procedure
88. The obvious objection
89. Anaximander and Heraclitus
90. Anaximander and Parmenides
91. Heraclitus and Parmenides
G. The first beginning
92. The first beginning.
93. To show the first (beginning)
94. The concealed ineffability of the first beginning
95. The first beginning
96. The first beginning
97. Not all thinkers at the start
98. The first beginning
99. The first beginning
H. The advancement of the first beginning into the start of metaphysics
100.
101. The advancement out of the first beginning
102. Presence, constancy, rigidity
103. -
II. T HE RESONATING
A. The resonating Vista
104. The resonating
105. The resonating
106. The resonating
107. The history of beyng
108. The resonating
109. The first resonating is that of the passing by
110. The resonating
B. The signs of the transition The passing by The in-between of the history of beyng
111. Signs of being in the age of the consummation of metaphysics
112. The errancy of the errant star as the in-between of the passing by
113. The essence of truth in the passing by
114. The unavoidable
115. The demise of metaphysics; the transition
116. The passing by
117. The passing by
118. The passing by
119. The passing by
120. The resonating
121. The overcoming of metaphysics
C. Modernity and the West
122. The demise of metaphysics; the transition to the first beginning
123. God-lessness experienced in terms of the history of beyng
124. The consummation of modernity
125. The passing by
126. The time of the thinking of the history of beyng
127. The will to willing
128. The errancy of machination
129. The essence of modernity
130. Modernity and the West
131. The West and Europe
132. The West and Europe
133. Abandonment by being; the West
134. The West
135. The West
136. World-history and the West
137. Certainty, security, establishment, calculation, and order
138. Devastation
139. The inceptuality of the beginning; beyng
D. Metaphysics The episode between the first beginning and the other beginning The transition (its signs)
140. Metaphysics
141. Metaphysics
142. Beginning and advancement
143. Metaphysics and beyng
144. How and in what sense
145. Metaphysics
146. The demise of metaphysics in the will to willing
147. Essence and being
148. The end of metaphysics; world-picture
149. The consummation of metaphysics
150. Steadfastness within the beginning
151. Being
152. Order and the forgottenness of being
153. The end of metaphysics; reflection
154. The last remnants of the demise of philosophy in the age of the consummation of metaphysics
155. Forgottenness of being
156. Being as machination
157. Being as the non-sensory
158. Metaphysics: Kant and Schelling-Hegel
159. Truth as certainty
160. Biological life (Nietzsche)
161. Metaphysics
162. The demise of metaphysics
163. The saying
E. The will to willing
164. Being in metaphysics
165. The will to willing
166. The will to willing
III. T HE DIFFERENCE
167. Beyng
168. Introduction
169. The difference (Outline)
170. The difference and nothingness
171. The difference and the event
172. The difference
173. The difference
174. The difference and the understanding of being
175. The differentiation
176. The differentiation and the difference
177. Negativity and no-saying
178. Nothingness
IV. T HE TWISTING FREE
179. Outline
180. The history of beyng
181. The history of beyng
182. The conjuncture of beyng
183. The conjuncture of beyng
V. T HE EVENT
The vocabulary of its essence
184. The event. The vocabulary of

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