Heidegger Never Got Beyond Facticity

Thomas Sheehan
2019 Philosophical Investigations  
(1) The "thing itself" of Heidegger's thinking was Ereignis. (2) But Ereignis is a reinscription of what Being and Time had called thrownness or facticity. (3) But facticity/Ereignis is ex-sistence's ever-operative appropriation to its proper structure as the ontological "space" or "clearing" that makes possible practical and theoretical discursivity. (4) Such facticity is the ultimate and inevitable presupposition of all activities of ex-sistence and thus of any understanding of being. (5)
more » ... g of being. (5) Therefore, for ex-sistence – and a fortiori for Heidegger as a thinker of Ereignis – there can be no going beyond facticity.
doi:10.22034/jpiut.2019.35725.2404 doaj:82163b9d7bc24187a5cf21ed8e4579cc fatcat:qtejciuyubdcbj3api3ivja2ye