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|Abstract||Heidegger's abandonment of his early "foundational" project after the Kehre has often been attributed to a general shift in emphasis away from subjectivity toward a fuller conception of Being. It has not yet been shown how that shift might be rooted in specific problems within Being and Time itself. This paper is a critique of Heidegger's "foundational" project in Being and Time. The problem will be discussed by examining a representative case of a foundational relation--one between space and time. In particular, I will evaluate the claim in Section 70 that Dasein's temporality founds spatiality. I will show that his argument fails and that Heidegger cannot successfully carry out his project within his phenomenological framework. This conclusion proves helpful in understanding his later conception of space.|
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