The Question of the Essence in Heidegger’s On the Essence of Truth

Phainomena 55:157-172 (2006)

This article examines Heidegger's proposition »The answer to the question of the essence of truth is the saying of a turn within the history of Beyng « from the point of view of the turn in the understanding of the central metaphysical concept of the Essence, provoked by the inclusion of non-essence in the thinking of the full Essence of Truth. Non-essence in this way becomes a matter of thinking on its way towards the Truth of Beyng
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