thereness


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real existence

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the state of being there--not here--in position

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The point of salvation, however, is not embracing the mysteriousness of nothingness; rather, it is attained by way of the constant thereness of Dasein.
Roth's ticking clock, indifferent to the clutching fingers of control, keeps before us the minute-by-minute present moment in its dumb facticity, and his passion for saturating narrative in detail honors this thereness.
So the atmosphere was thick with people dressed to the nines and talking loudly in spite of the presence of my grandmother's mute body, her palpable inability to participate, the thereness of it, as though her death were being feted.
Indeed, many of the more interesting narrative films of recent years seem to have pursued such an "aesthetics of silence," a stylistic approach which seeks to transcend linguistic consciousness, forestalling interpretation while the camera lingers--erotically, one might say--on the physicality of the concrete world and human physiognomy, in all its resolute thereness.
The reward for the vigilant subversion of a conceptual world is access to presence, to the unmediated thereness and unity of all things.
the woman, in her particular and vivid thereness, is an unalterable and discrete moment of self-knowledge' (p.
142) talking], but because of how it promotes a view of text and so of readings of texts which plays fast and loose with the idea and then also the praxis of a demanding textual thereness.
As always for Brossard, the city itself is the text, with its labyrinthine possibilities and diverse voices, haphazard and simultaneous goings-on, its apparent thereness and incessant imaginative remaking.
Heidegger speaks of human beings as Dasein, as "being there," and it is part of the intended experience of Newman's paintings that our thereness is implied by the scale of the paintings themselves.
Let us consider the first mentioned I-Thou: as anyone who has a house pet knows, there is a mutuality between the person and the animal, a living together; yet even a tree can disclose its quality as an existent being, that is, it can be seen in the complexity of nature which sustains it with all the concreteness of its alive thereness.
In a few strokes, the pointless presence, the thereness, of the plant, the animal, the man.
The linchpin to this recovery of the public world is the concept of "plurality," a concept that grows out of Heidegger's struggle with the thereness of Dasein.
Emmons, sustained by her sensitive eye and strong dance background, tends to discourage prior talk: "I want to experience the thereness of the thing, the what-is-it?
Through the experiments we explore questions of time and directionality, center and periphery, self and other, hereness and thereness.