Dasein and da-sein in being and time and in contributions to philosophy (from enowning)
This study addresses the interlingual translation of the "Da" – a central concept of Being and Time, while examining the translation of Ereignis – a central concept of Contributions to Philosophy. The paper contests the naive rendering of the "Da" in English as the "there," taking note that, from within a "transcendental-horizonal perspective," the "Da" includes the projecting-opening of disclosedness and thus never refers to a spatial determination as "there." Correlatively, from the perspective of being-historical thinking, the "Da" implicates the enowning throw of be-ing. Turning attention to Ereignis, the paper argues for its rendering as "enowning."
Full citation [Harvard style]:
Von Herrmann, F.-W. , Radloff, B. (2011)., Dasein and da-sein in being and time and in contributions to philosophy (from enowning), in F. Schalow (ed.), Heidegger, translation, and the task of thinking, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 213-224.
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