Heidegger, Martin: Parmenides
In this lecture, the being-historical change of unconcealment is contemplated together with the change of its counterpart, concealment (Lethe) (pseudo, falsum, incorrectness, falsehood). The last myth of Lethe is based on the “politeia” of the “polis” (Plato). The mortal passage of man in the realm of the presence of beings, the “polis”, le ads to the question of the presence of beings after death in the field of withdrawing concealment, and beyond that to the question of the god-being as it was taken in Grecian thinking.Central to this is the "gaze" (“thea”) as such, the gaze of the gods, as well as the appearance of the uncanny in the cannyness of the gaze of man. The lecture closes with an instruction of the translating word “aletheia”, about the open and free realm of the clearing of being, and the thinker´s journey to the house of the goddess (“thea”).
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