Angelaki 27 (1):93-109 (2022)

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Daniela Vallega-Neu
University of Oregon
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For Heidegger, to experience and think being as such in its finite temporality necessitates that one exist in exposure to one’s own possibility of death. In the thirties, when he thinks of being in...
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