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Metaphysical

During the time of metaphysics, the history of the being is repassed by one pressed time essence. A space is not commanded nor parallel to this situated time nor inside of it. The relation that comes of metaphysics and that it looks for to penetrate in the reference of the truth of the being to the human being is conceived as understanding. The understanding is the played static project, wants to say, the insistent project in the scope of the opened one. The preface of Being and Time, in the first page of the treated one, locks up with the phrases: ' ' The concrete elaboration of the question of the direction of ' ' ser' ' it is the objective of the present work. Its provisory end and to supply an interpretation of the time as horizon of all possible understanding of ser' ' The philosophy could not bring easily a clearer test to be able it of the esquecimento of the being where all it disappeared? esquecimento that, however, if became and remained the challenge inherited for the thought of Being and Time? of what sonmbula security with that it passed for high the authentic and only question of Being and Time. Being that metaphysics says what is the being while the being.

Metaphysics if puts into motion in the scope of n He n. Metaphysics, however, represents the entity of the being in two ways: of a side the totality of the being while such, in the direction of the traces most general (n Kathlou, Koinn); of another one, however, and the same, the totality of the being while such, in the direction of the supreme being and therefore the holy ghost (n Kathtou, akrtaton, theion). a>. In Aristotle the desvelamento of the being while such properly was projected in this double direction (vide Metaphysical, books XI, V and X).


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