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Get to Know Us. Customer Service. In The Spotlight. The comportment of being-there toward the being of entities is determined by understanding. In everything we do and say, we have an implicit or preontological understanding of being. According to Heidegger, this vague and implicit understanding is an undeniable fact. However, there is no direct, conclusive answer to the question of being.

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We can only experience being in the interlacing of structures that constitutes beingthere as the unconcealment of being. Since being-there is determined by mineness, we can only discover how being can manifest itself through our own existence. To ask the question of being is a distinctive possibility of being-there. To philosophize is, in this sense, an existential exercise and demands the reciprocal willingness to places ourselves into question.

In this thinking out of need, we can hear the echo of his earlier critique of the decadent, modern world. The greatest need and gravest danger of our time is that we are threatened by nothing. There is no more need for us. As Heidegger sees it, being is a phenomenon that reveals itself through our understanding of being. Being-there is the unconcealment of being and so the clearing in which being can be experienced. The structure of understanding needs to be explicated in order to disclose being and.

This implies that being can be revealed only from the prearticulated whole of the existential structure of being-there. Three major problems arise. First, as Heidegger emphasizes, the phenomenon of phenomenology or being, far from immediately and completely showing itself, instead withdraws into concealment.

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As a necessary repercussion, the question of being itself can easily slip into indifference. Second, we are ourselves the entities whose way of being is defined as being-in-the-world.

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This is also the reason why we understand our own being in terms of the being of nature or natural entities. This destruction is the task that Heidegger plans to undertake in the second part of Being and Time, which was never published. Heidegger names the structures of being-there existentials, in contrast to the categories of traditional ontology.

The meaning of being resides in temporality. The temporality of being becomes phenomenologically explicit in and through the ecstatic, finite temporality of being-there, including the projecting of its own mortality. Accordingly, the central problem of all ontology is rooted in the phenomenon of time. The formal existence of being-there is si-. Understanding expresses itself in the disclosedness of being-there that uncovers the being of entities and brings them thereby into unconcealment.

We discover the being of entities that are ready-to-hand as equipment, which is suited for certain uses. A hammer is a piece of equipment that lies in proximity and is suited for hammering.

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We discover the being of entities that are present-to-hand objectively as a being in itself independent of its relation to our being-there. This distance characterizes natural sciences, which describe entities objectively. These descriptions are objectively valid for all subjects. When we carry out a scientific experiment, the outcome is independent of the subject that performs the experiment.

We discover the being of other people as being-with. Existential understanding has always the structure of a projection.

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Beingthere has already been thrown into possibilities and projects itself upon them, developing some in exclusion from others. Through selecting, developing, and prioritizing its possibilities, being-there first experiences its capacity to be free. From the acceptance of its limitations, and powerless of its thrownness, being-there is first awakened to its guilt.

This guilt is the source and condition of the possibility of original sin in the biblical sense. In Being and Time, Heidegger describes this self-illuminating. Heidegger examines the meaning of being-there in light of its temporality, in order to provide subsequently an ontic foundation for ontology.

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Being-there can exist either in an owned, individualized way, or in an unowned, undifferentiated manner. And so, Heidegger faces the question whether he should study being-there in terms of its owned or unowned existence or ways to be. We should not mistake ownedness and unownedness for moral qualifications. They are equivalent existential characters. Unowned existence is not less than owned existence, insofar as the former case designates the way in which being-there primarily exists and thereby must be addressed in order to account for a complete phenomenological description of its being as care.

And yet, mineness remains the condition of the possibility of the unity of our being-there. The ultimate and most unique possibility that is and remains prominent as long as being-there exists, is death. In its being-toward-death, being-there anticipates the possibility of its death as possibility. The possibility of death is the impossibility of all comportment, and as such the possible impossibility of existence.

In the anticipation of its own death, being-there understands the impossibility of its own existence as an inevitable possibility. Being-there is possible nonbeing, is not something and therewith a pure can-be that has to be. It is no coincidence that death as the liberation from all external influence is at the same time the end of my existence. Death is a possibility that being-there cannot actu-. In anticipating my death as the most unique possibility of my existence, I become aware of my own unique and once-only existence. Death is always my death of being-there in its individuality.