TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «UNESSENCE»
The term «unessence» is used very little and occupies the 175.738
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «UNESSENCE»
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Logic As the Question Concerning the Essence of Language
Therefore, that which is essential is not to be determined from that which is
effective. Every era has its unessence, its unhistory. That must be so. No light is
without shadow. However, who sees only the shadows and is horrified by that
has not ...
Postmodernity's Transcending: Devaluing God
The fragment of Protagoras brings us up against the phenomenon of time once
again — time in its disposal of essence and unessence, time in taking account of
the whole time I am and from out of which my temporalizing springs. The whole ...
Laurence Paul Hemming, 2005
French Interpretations of Heidegger: An Exceptional Reception
A question is asked about the role of Unwesen in Heidegger's thought, as one
finds in “On the Essence of Truth,” and whether this relation between essence
and unessence would already go against the perceived “demand for purity” in
David Pettigrew, François Raffoul, 2008
The works of Charles Lamb ...
Not only does truth, in these long intervals, unessence herself, but (what is harder
) one cannot venture a crude fiction, for the fear that it may ripen into a truth upon
the voyage. What a wild improbable banter I put upon you some three years ...
Charles Lamb, Sir Thomas Noon Telfourd, 1860
The Essays of Elia and Eliana by Charles Lamb
... part my intention to pro duce. But ten months hence, your envy or your
sympathy would be as useless as a passion spent upon the dead. Not only does
truth, in these long intervals, unessence herself, but (what is harder) one cannot
Heidegger's Political Thinking
... word— the Holy— there is an awakening of nature "with a clash of poetic
words," for the word divides essence from unessence (Unwesen) and thus binds
them together in strife. "The word is a weapon" (Das Wort ist Wqffe), Heidegger
... with essence or unessence; and we are thought to undergo this occurrence
without contingent distraction in whatever form this standing-out-of-history takes.
Humans undergo something like time- lessness that is outside of all other events.
... the extreme measure of completely dissociating opinion from sense or
meaning [Sinn], as Nietzsche does in his critique of consciousness, could still be
understood as belonging within the framework of metaphysics — as its
Cultural Memory and Western Civilization: Functions, Media, ...
From now on, truth exists in time and has a tendency “to unessence herself.”41
Lamb's essay is a remarkable reversal of Bacon's concept of letters, which he
saw as heroic voyagers on the sea of time, and. 39 Ralph Waldo Emerson,
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