The aim of this study is to analyse the sense of Being in Heidegger’s philosophy and his attempt to go beyond western metaphysics. In order to do that, it considers the relationship between Heidegger, on one hand, and Schelling and Hegel, on the other hand. This relationship is crucial both for what Heidegger is able to make explicit in Schelling’s philosophy, and for what he’s not able to make explicit in Hegel’s philosophy. What he makes explicit in Schelling’s philosophy is the fact that Being, according to its own nature, hides itself. On the grounds of this nature of Being Heidegger tries to go beyond metaphysics. What he doesn’t make explicit in Hegel’s philosophy is the sense of his dialectic’s semantic interlacement. Because of this, Heidegger’s attempt to go beyond metaphysics reveals itself to be a mere reversal of metaphysics. That is to say, a mere inability to go really beyond it. It is because Heidegger doesn’t understand the essence of Hegel’s dialectic that his overcoming of metaphysics fails
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