O caminho para a virada: uma interpretação da conferência “Sobre a essência da verdade”, de Martin Heidegger The way to the turn: an interpretation of the conference “On the essence of truth”, by Martin Heidegger

Revista Natureza Humana 18 (1):1-20 (2016)
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The Martin Heidegger’s conference “On the essence of truth” was repeatedly pronounced between 1930 and 1932, published in 1943 and continued to be adjusted by the author until the sixties. In many ways, it seems to have a special role as a kind of “hinge” between Heidegger’s Being and Time and after the “turn” [Kehre] of his thinking, process that began precisely from thirties. With such intermediary role, the conference begins with conceptions still addressed from the perspective of Being and Time, as the question of truth; but inserts fundamental themes, relating to the later work of the German thinker, as the notion of the veiling of being, the concept of errance and the perspective, only started at this conference, from a transformation of the very concept of essence [Wesen]

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