an understanding of Being is ontically possible), ‘is there’ Being. When Dasein does not exist, ‘independence’ ‘is’ not either, not ‘is’ the ‘in-itself’. In such a case this sort of thing can be neither understood nor not understood. In such a case even entities within-the-world can neither be discovered nor lie hidden. In such a case it cannot be said that entitles are, nor can it be said that they are not. But now, as long as there is an understanding of Being and therefore an understanding of presence-at-hand, it can indeed be said that in this case entities will still continue to be.] noted: Cf. notes on p. 101, and also NoD, SN, cetanå (e). p. 262/3-29 noted: Heracleitus’s use of λόγος is skin to the word dhamma. p. 264/23-265/15 noted. p. 268/15-20 [If the ‘truth’ which we encounter proximally in an ontical manner is considered ontologically in the way that is closest to us then the λόγος (the assertion) gets understood as λόγος τιός—as an assertion about something, an uncoveredness of something; but the phenomenon gets Interpreted as something present-at-hand with regard to its possible presence-at-hand.] ‘but …-at-hand.’ noted: i.e. statistically (theory of probability). p. 271/5-6 [Because this presupposing of itself belongs to Dasein’s Being, ‘we’ must also presuppose ‘ourselves’ as having the attribute of disclosedness.] noted. p. 272/34-35 [Being (not entities) is something which ‘there is’ only in so far as truth is.] double noted. p. 273 bottom: 24.5.65. Ñå~av⁄ra. p. 276/19 [Everydayness is precisely that Being which is ‘between’ birth and death.] noted: This is true of everydayness, but see note below. p. 276/41-277/3 [But to that which is thus outstanding, the ‘end’ itself belongs. The ‘end’ of being-in-the-world is death. This end, which belongs to the potentiality-for-Being—that is to say, to existence—limits and determines in every case whatever totality is possible for Dasein.] noted: It is true only within limits to say that Dasein is at an end in death. But it is probably true enough to support H’s following argument. p. 281/11-15 [When Dasein reaches its wholeness in death, it simultaneously loses the Being of its “there”. By its transition to no-longer-Dasein, it gets lifted right out of the possibility
Published on Jun 26, 2013
Part B includes two early essays (Nibbana and Anatta and Sketch for a Proof of Rebirth) as well as notes from a Commonplace Book and Margina...