Re: on the other hand...

The question is: what is disclosed when Dasein discloses its "there"

what is the relation of this disclosed there to the world in which

already is?

The questions sounds odd. There is no world outside Dasein's
disclosing. 'Dasein is its disclosing.' No Ding an sich, no Sachen
selbst, no revealing outside a clearing. Hence the unsettling
character of Heid's attempt to walk the middle path between idealism
and realism.

What is there outside all clearings? Not some 'Reality,' but
nothing. But "the nothing" which is "the veil of being."

I. Thomson

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