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p. 181/29-31 p. 184/30-35 p. 185/8-12 p. 186/20-26 p. 188/28-30 p. 191/12-14 p. 191/36-41 p. 192/28-30 p. 194/4-7 p. 194/42-44 p. 197/8-11 p. 197/26-37 p. 200/28-31

noted. noted. noted. noted. noted. noted. noted. noted. noted. noted. noted. noted. [What the world makes known to me is only “worldly.” It follows that if the infinite reference of instruments never refers to a for-itself which I am, then the totality of instruments is the exact correlate of my possibilities;] noted: Sartre too willingly ignores that Dasein ist jemeines.71 p. 200/37-38 [It is not then through unauthenticity that human reality loses itself in the world.] noted: But this is right (as against Heidegger). p. 200/44-201/2 [Of course the Worumwillen refers us to a structure of being which we have not yet elucidated; namely, the forothers. And the “for whom” constantly appears behind the instruments.] noted (Worumwillen = “for whom”): This is the flaw in Sartre’s argument—the chain is composite of different people’s points of view. (From the point of view of the workman the repairing of the roof is to procure him his wage, not to keep the rain off the clerks.) p. 202/23-25 noted. p. 203/15 [world] u/l (= fr. monde): ‘mode’? p. 203/19-21 noted. p. 204/19-29 noted. p. 205/10-14 noted. p. 206/21-26 noted. p. 206/29-34 noted. p. 206/37-39 noted. p. 208/1-4 noted. p. 209/5-10 noted. 71.  p. 200 Dasein ist jemeines = Dasein is in each case mine.

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Early Writings (Seeking the Path - Ñāṇavīra Thera)  

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...

Early Writings (Seeking the Path - Ñāṇavīra Thera)  

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...

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