Review of Metaphysics 25 (2):213 - 237 (1971)

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Heidegger has for some years been preoccupied with the question of the relation between the first beginning among the Greeks and the possible other beginning, and it is my judgment that the best way to approach Heidegger's later thinking is by meditating along with him on this relation. The first beginning and the other beginning are identifiable only in relation to each other. What is this relation, and why are the "termini" of the relation--the first beginning and the other beginning--not separately or independently identifiable?
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